Bakerloo line severe delays and TfL London Overground disruption for Friday commuters

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Bakerloo line, London Overground and some Southern railway passengers face disruption, according to TfL.

Commuters using two Transport for London (TfL) services are facing significant delays on Friday morning (March 1).

The Bakerloo line has severe delays between Queen's Park and Harrow & Wealdstone due to a Network Rail signal failure at Kensal Green. A good service is reported on the rest of the line.

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On the London Overground, severe delays are being experienced between Willesden Junction and Clapham Junction due to a track fault at Clapham Junction, with a good service on all other routes.

The issue is also impacting some Southern services and disruption could continue until 8am.

According to the National Rail website: "Urgent repairs to the track between between Clapham Junction and Watford Junction are causing disruption to services running between these stations. Trains may be cancelled or revised."

The Central line currently has a "good service" after an emergency timetable was brought in, reducing the number of trains during rush hour by a third.

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