5 March 2008

London Overground is really useful

The London Underground (tube) network is well know but the newly rebranded Overground network is bit of a hidden gem, but a really useful one for those of who live near it.

For most journeys "up north" the National Rail journey planner suggests routes via Willsden Junction, thereby avoiding Central London.

And for journeys to East of England, including Stansted Airport, the Overground network takes you to Highbury & Islington and to Stratford.

The Overgound stops at some useful places inbetween, such as West Hampstead, for the Czech and Slovak National House, and to Camden for all that that lively Borough has to offer.

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