London Overground

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London Overground
London Overground logo.svg
Owner Transport for London
Locale Greater London; Three Rivers; Watford, UK
Transit type Commuter rail
Number of lines 4 (6 by 2012)
Number of stations 55
Daily ridership approx 30,000
Began operation 2007
Operator(s) London Overground Rail Operations Ltd (LOROL)
(until 2014 or 2016)
System length 86 km (53.4 Miles)
Track gauge Standard

The London Overground[1] (LO) is a commuter rail service in London, UK. The London Overground name is the brand, which is used by the Transport for London (TfL) for train services on six railway lines in the London area: the Euston-Watford DC Line, the North London Line, Lea Valley Lines, Romford to Upminster Line, the West London Line and the Gospel Oak to Barking Line.

London Overground train in the City of London.

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