Disruption to the Central and Waterloo & City lines is expected on Thursday

A planned strike by members of the RMT union is set to disrupt several London Underground services on Thursday (26th January).

The Central line will not be running east of Leytonstone and there will be a reduced service on the rest of the line, while the Waterloo & City line will be fully off.

There is still a small chance the strike will not go ahead. If it does, it will begin at 9pm on Wednesday 25th (although Central and Waterloo & City line services will finish between 30 minutes and 60 minutes earlier than usual).

It will last for 24 hours, will full service resuming on Friday morning.

A replacement bus service will operate between Epping and Chingford – calling at Epping, Debden, Loughton and Chingford.

Other lines are expected to be busy, including London Overground lines/stations between Liverpool Street and Chingford.

The Victoria line and stations like Walthamstow Central will also be busy.

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