Brixton Tube station will become a 24-hour transport hub when underground trains start running through the night at weekends.
The first late-night service is expected to leave the station from September 12 next year, in less than 12 months time, Transport for London (TfL) tweeted this morning.
Tube trains will whisk Brixton revellers and night workers home or for more partying to all stations on the Victoria Line, connecting Lambeth with the West End, north London and all the way to Walthamstow. See map below for more details.
The Night Tube will also run on the Picadilly, Central, Northern and Jubilee Lines. According to the Londonist, six trains per hour will run on the Victoria Line throughout the night on Friday and Saturday.
First 24-hour Tube train to run from 12 September 2015 on Friday and Saturday nights #NightTube
— Transport for London (@TfLOfficial) September 24, 2014
how come the POW above KFC is allowed to hang a giant ad onto the Grade II listed building? That is the welcome you get when you arrive from the A23 down the hill. I want you all to have a look at it and tell me if that is OK. If so, let’s all hang football stadium size signs over all of the buildings? Let’s make Brixton look trashy.
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