TfL Tube: Suspension and severe delays on Northern line and Metropolitan line as well as London Overground

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The Northern and Metropolitan lines are facing significant disruption on Thursday morning (March 14).

Four Transport for London (TfL) services are facing delays on Thursday morning.

As of 7.30am, significant disruption was reported on the Northern and Metropolitan lines, as well as London Overground.

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On the Northern line there are severe delays due to an earlier faulty train at Tooting Broadway. London Underground tickets will be accepted on London Trams, South Western Railway, Thameslink and local bus services.

The Metropolitan line is part suspended, with no service between Harrow-on-the-Hill and Uxbridge, northbound only. This is due to a signal failure at Harrow-on-the-Hill. There are severe delays on the rest of the line. London Underground tickets will be accepted on Chiltern Railways and buses.

The London Overground is facing severe delays between Stratford and Richmond/Clapham Junction following a late finish of engineering works. There is a good service on other routes.

The Piccadilly line has minor delays between South Harrow and Rayners Lane due to the signal failure at Harrow-on-the-Hill.

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