Bank branch trains calling at London Underground’s Kennington Station again – IanVisits

Northern line customers can interchange between the Bank and Charing Cross branches at Kennington again from today (Mon 17th Sept) following the completion of excavation work as part of the Northern Line Extension.

The excavation of four new customer passageways at Kennington Tube station has meant that Bank branch trains have not been stopping at the station since the end of May.

The temporary timetable introduced to mitigate the impact of these works will continue until late September. This means that services will be slightly reduced off-peak, with a train approximately every 10 minutes between Morden and the Charing Cross branch. However, peak services have already returned to normal frequencies.

Following the construction of the new tunnels, the final fit out of the passageways will now continue as planned during engineering hours. This includes the installation of the flooring and electrical works as well as tiling the passageway walls. Bank branch trains calling at London Underground’s Kennington Station again – IanVisits

 

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