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A ghost train and a ghost station

Day 4: The N5

This route exists to serve the Edgware Branch of the Northern Line and serves every station on it. I like this route, it used to run till 10am at one point. This route suffered more than most at the introduction of night tube with it's frequency being slashed from 6bph to 2bph and PVR from 17 to 6.

The route soon goes to RATP and I hope they provide good variety.

 

Operating Hours 23:40 - 06:50

Train arrives at Theydon Bois. I love the perspective in this shot.

 

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Day 7: The N9

One of the most notable night routes given it runs somewhere rather significant. It has changed a lot in the last few years with freq reduction (6bph -> 3bph) due to Piccadilly night tube, the PVR changed from a meaty 18 down to 10 as the Aldwych - Hounslow trips were removed. Previously holding the title of the latest running route this changed when the ULEZ kicked in and the route moved out of AV resulting in a type change to LTs from SPs.

The route is one of a few with a section only served by this route, between Heathrow Central & T5.

 

Operating Hours 23:30 - 06:45

Day 7: The N9

One of the most notable night routes given it runs somewhere rather significant. It has changed a lot in the last few years with freq reduction (6bph -> 3bph) due to Piccadilly night tube, the PVR changed from a meaty 18 down to 10 as the Aldwych - Hounslow trips were removed. Previously holding the title of the latest running route this changed when the ULEZ kicked in and the route moved out of AV resulting in a type change to LTs from SPs.

The route is one of a few with a section only served by this route, between Heathrow Central & T5.

 

Operating Hours 23:30 - 06:45

Almost a year late, and after two years since it was first announced, the Night Tube has begun! Victoria Line 2009TS 11030 pulls into Pimlico on the inaugural run to Walthamstow under T203.

 

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, Managing Director for London Underground, Mike Brown and a avalanche of Media personnel were onboard this train.

 

Day 7: The N9

One of the most notable night routes given it runs somewhere rather significant. It has changed a lot in the last few years with freq reduction (6bph -> 3bph) due to Piccadilly night tube, the PVR changed from a meaty 18 down to 10 as the Aldwych - Hounslow trips were removed. Previously holding the title of the latest running route this changed when the ULEZ kicked in and the route moved out of AV resulting in a type change to LTs from SPs.

The route is one of a few with a section only served by this route, between Heathrow Central & T5.

 

Operating Hours 23:30 - 06:45

Day 7: The N9

One of the most notable night routes given it runs somewhere rather significant. It has changed a lot in the last few years with freq reduction (6bph -> 3bph) due to Piccadilly night tube, the PVR changed from a meaty 18 down to 10 as the Aldwych - Hounslow trips were removed. Previously holding the title of the latest running route this changed when the ULEZ kicked in and the route moved out of AV resulting in a type change to LTs from SPs.

The route is one of a few with a section only served by this route, between Heathrow Central & T5.

 

Operating Hours 23:30 - 06:45

Saturday night waiting for the train home.

Perivale Station - Ealing London

One final (almost) deserted Underground staircase shot courtesy of #Photo24 and the Night Tube. When I took this I wasn't sure whether I liked the kink in the handrail but now I quite like the way it interferes with the stong perspective.

 

Click here for more photos from this and previous years #Photo24 events : www.flickr.com/photos/darrellg/albums/72157667520181380

 

From the TfL website : "The new service has been made possible thanks to the continued modernisation of significant parts of the Underground network and improved levels of reliability. Independent research into the economic benefits of the Night Tube found that the new service will boost jobs and help maintain London's status as a vibrant and exciting place to live, work and visit.

 

The Night Tube will cut night-time journeys by an average of 20 minutes, with some cut by more than an hour. It will also play a vital role in opening up London's night-time economy, supporting almost 2,000 permanent jobs and boosting the economy by £360m.

 

Demand for a 24-hour Tube service is clear - late night Tube use has increased at double the rate of day-time trips and Night bus usage has risen by 173% since 2000. There are already over half a million users of the Tube after 22:00 on Fridays and Saturdays."

 

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Some might say this isn't sufficiently different to my previous upload to warrant uploading but I think the zoom blur and vignette transform the photo into something with a bit more of an emotional impact. Now it looks like you're rushing down the stairs (or up ?) either desperately late or even trying to evade something.

 

Click here for more photos from this and previous years #Photo24 events : www.flickr.com/photos/darrellg/albums/72157667520181380

 

From the TfL website : "The new service has been made possible thanks to the continued modernisation of significant parts of the Underground network and improved levels of reliability. Independent research into the economic benefits of the Night Tube found that the new service will boost jobs and help maintain London's status as a vibrant and exciting place to live, work and visit.

 

The Night Tube will cut night-time journeys by an average of 20 minutes, with some cut by more than an hour. It will also play a vital role in opening up London's night-time economy, supporting almost 2,000 permanent jobs and boosting the economy by £360m.

 

Demand for a 24-hour Tube service is clear - late night Tube use has increased at double the rate of day-time trips and Night bus usage has risen by 173% since 2000. There are already over half a million users of the Tube after 22:00 on Fridays and Saturdays."

 

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Abandoned night club. - Karavómilos, Greece, October 2014

 

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But there's still a lot to sort.

Just in case my edit of yesterday's post was too late for you (I found the quote later than expected) here said quote is again:

 

"And I hope in the year to come you won't burn. And I hope you won't freeze. I hope you and your family will be safe, and walk freely in the world and that the place you live, if you have one, will be there when you get back. I hope that, for all of us, in the year ahead, kindness will prevail and that gentleness and humanity and forgiveness will be there for us if and when we need them.

 

And may your New Year be happy, and may you be happy in it.

 

I hope you make something in the year to come you've always dreamed of making, and didn't know if you could or not. But I bet you can. And I'm sure you will." (by Neil Gaiman, as always because he does the best New Year's wishes)

Regno Unito, Londra, Earl's Court and Lillie Road London Underground Depot, Autunno 2016

 

Non sarà così per tanto tempo ...

Il Night Tube è un servizio del sistema di metropolitana di Londra che fornisce treni notturni ai viaggiatori il venerdì e il sabato sera. E' iniziato sulle linee Central e Victoria il 19 agosto 2016, sulla linea Jubilee il 7 ottobre 2016 ed è previsto per inizio sulla Northern Line, il 18 novembre 2016 la linea Piccadilly da seguire nel corso dell'anno. Avrebbe dovuto iniziare a settembre 2015, ma è stato ritardato a causa di scioperi.

L’azienda dei trasporti Londinese ha stimato questo servizio potrebbe portare alla creazione di 1.965 posti di lavoro permanenti, con un guadagno di più di 360m di sterline in 30 anni.

 

It won't be like that for so long...

The Night Tube is a service pattern on the London Underground system which provides nighttime services to travellers on Friday and Saturday nights. It commenced on the Central and Victoria lines on 19 August 2016, the Jubilee line on 7 October 2016 and is planned to commence on the Northern line on 18 November 2016 with the Piccadilly line to follow later in the year. It was due to start in September 2015 but was delayed due to strike action.

TfL estimated that the Night Tube would lead to the creation of 1,965 permanent jobs, the net additional output produced as a result equating to an additional £360m over 30 years.

 

It's unbelievable how difficult it is to have a car pass this place in the right direction at night. :o(

Day 4: The N5

This route exists to serve the Edgware Branch of the Northern Line and serves every station on it. I like this route, it used to run till 10am at one point. This route suffered more than most at the introduction of night tube with it's frequency being slashed from 6bph to 2bph and PVR from 17 to 6.

The route soon goes to RATP and I hope they provide good variety.

 

Operating Hours 23:40 - 06:50

Day 7: The N9

One of the most notable night routes given it runs somewhere rather significant. It has changed a lot in the last few years with freq reduction (6bph -> 3bph) due to Piccadilly night tube, the PVR changed from a meaty 18 down to 10 as the Aldwych - Hounslow trips were removed. Previously holding the title of the latest running route this changed when the ULEZ kicked in and the route moved out of AV resulting in a type change to LTs from SPs.

The route is one of a few with a section only served by this route, between Heathrow Central & T5.

 

Operating Hours 23:30 - 06:45

Couple walk down an awesome bridge near Canary wharf built for the crossrail extension/

 

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A late night tube journey. Follow me on Instagram: @mhigham.photos

Unit 252 is seen leaving Northfields Depot with a Piccadilly Line service for Arnos Grove, this is the only train on the whole of the London Underground to receive the Night Tube Advertising Livery, Even though the idea is still on hold for this line anyway. (28/05/16)

MMC 2604 is pictured outside Ealing Broadway Station providing additional support to Route N207 between Ealing Broadway and Marble Arch as a result of no service on the night tube because of strike action

19th August 2016 at Liverpool Street station

Night Tube, Piccadilly Line, Barons Court

London Underground 103-252 set 1973 Stock on Piccadilly Line, Uxbridge

The majority of route N91 is run from Potters Bar garage although one bus is operated by Holloway, who also run the daytime route 91. The allocation is now Volvo B5LH/Wright Gemini 3s due to the incoming Ultra Low Emission Zone.

 

The N91 covers the 91 to Crouch End then via the Piccadilly line up to Cockfosters. With the advent of the Night Tube, the frequency of the weekend service was halved to match the weeknight service to every 30 minutes.

 

VWH2023 is seen at Trafalgar Square at the beginning of the northbound journey.

 

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Another deserted Underground shot courtesy of #Photo24 and the Night Tube.

 

You may wonder whether a Black and White version of my previous upload was strictly necessary given it was almost mono...... I've also given it a bit of a vignette and boosted contrast and textures with a Topaz Adjust Clarity plug-in to give it a bit more impact.

 

Click here for more photos from this and previous years #Photo24 events : www.flickr.com/photos/darrellg/albums/72157667520181380

 

From the TfL website : "The new service has been made possible thanks to the continued modernisation of significant parts of the Underground network and improved levels of reliability. Independent research into the economic benefits of the Night Tube found that the new service will boost jobs and help maintain London's status as a vibrant and exciting place to live, work and visit.

 

The Night Tube will cut night-time journeys by an average of 20 minutes, with some cut by more than an hour. It will also play a vital role in opening up London's night-time economy, supporting almost 2,000 permanent jobs and boosting the economy by £360m.

 

Demand for a 24-hour Tube service is clear - late night Tube use has increased at double the rate of day-time trips and Night bus usage has risen by 173% since 2000. There are already over half a million users of the Tube after 22:00 on Fridays and Saturdays."

 

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A Bus on the 114 Route comes under the brightly coloured bridge carrying the Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines over Ruislip Manor. London Underground have painted a few bridges in the area like this but I don't know if the light display underneath this one is on all of them. I've been wanting to get a shot like this here for awhile as it's a short bike ride from me and I took the opportunity of a clear cold night to go for a ride.

London United LT159 (LTZ1159) on the first Stamford Brook N9 from Heathrow Terminal 5 at Hounslow Bus Station on 26/01/2019

 

Due to ULEZ and operational factors, the N9 moved from Hounslow to Stamford Brook garage on 25th/26th January 2019 having been at Hounslow for about two decades.

 

LT159 is seen at Hounslow Bus Station at around half past midnight on the first N9 from Heathrow Airport operated by Stamford Brook

 

The first journey from Hounslow is much later than before (some journeys began as early as 10:30pm) as there is no need to run buses from Hounslow into central London. The advent of the Night Tube also means the route finishes much earlier on weekend nights, with the last journey from Aldwych to Heathrow being the same as that on weeknights - leaving at 5:20am as opposed to 6:50am on the previous timetable, as well as the withdrawal of the last four or so garage trips as they are no longer deemed necessary.

One photographic subject that was now available to #Photo24 photographers for the last couple of years is the Night Tube.

 

Not that there was a whole lot of colour in this shot but I've added to the effect by desaturating the colour channels except the red.

 

Click here for more photos from this and previous years #Photo24 events : www.flickr.com/photos/darrellg/albums/72157667520181380

 

From the TfL website : "The new service has been made possible thanks to the continued modernisation of significant parts of the Underground network and improved levels of reliability. Independent research into the economic benefits of the Night Tube found that the new service will boost jobs and help maintain London's status as a vibrant and exciting place to live, work and visit.

 

The Night Tube will cut night-time journeys by an average of 20 minutes, with some cut by more than an hour. It will also play a vital role in opening up London's night-time economy, supporting almost 2,000 permanent jobs and boosting the economy by £360m.

 

Demand for a 24-hour Tube service is clear - late night Tube use has increased at double the rate of day-time trips and Night bus usage has risen by 173% since 2000. There are already over half a million users of the Tube after 22:00 on Fridays and Saturdays."

 

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© D.Godliman

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