Just as vital for connecting the UK capital as the iconic London Underground, the London Overground serves to connect disparate areas of the London region.
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With the London Overground, travellers can connect from Watford in the North West to Croydon in the South, as well as from Clapton to Barking. A new East London Overground line opened in 2010, replacing the old Underground line in time for the Olympics, with new stations Haggerston, Shoreditch, Hoxton and Dalston Junction.
To contact the customer service team at London Overground, phone: 0845 601 4867
Property lost on the London Overground is generally held locally before being sent to the Transport for London lost property office. Phone the TFL lost property office on 0845 330 9882.
The London Overground offers a cheaper and reliable alternative to travelling through the capital city on the Underground, and has a wider span of destinations around the conurbation.
Cyclists will find they are able to bring folding bicycles on any section of the London Overground at any time, though full-size cycles cannot be taken on certain journeys during peak traffic hours.