As compensation for the lengthy delays on the Gospel Oak to Barking line, September will be a month of free travel, funded by the train manufacturer.
After oodles of delays, the first of the long awaited electric trains come into service on the Gospel Oak to Barking length of the London Overground this morning.
In a couple of weeks time, services on the troubled Gospel Oak to Barking section of the London Overground are set to get even worse.
The first of a fleet of new trains for the London Overground and TfL Rail routes has been shown off, with USB charging points and a brand new seat moquette.
This Saturday there will be a fairly rate chance to see a steam train running across North London, along the GOBLIN and London Overground lines.