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Tube closures set to resume after end of Olympics
As London's summer of Olympic sport ends, so do stress-free journeys on the borough's Tube network, with maintenance set to resume.
Weekend line closures had become a distant memory after being suspended for nearly two months because of London 2012, but normal service resumes this weekend with closures on the Bakerloo line and London Overground.
On Sunday, there will be no service on either line between Queen's Park and Harrow & Wealdstone, while London Overground trains are also suspended to Watford Junction.
Two rail replacement bus services will operate on the line.
The closures are so engineers can perform general maintenance on the track, with no upgrade work taking place.
The Bakerloo line upgrade has been delayed until 2017-22 according to Transport for London's business plan, with new trains to replace the current 1972 fleet being introduced in 2022.