Thousands of passengers are still facing delays on London's overground network after a derailment in north London. A freight train carrying scrap metal came off the tracks at Camden Road station yesterday morning.
Today a crane was brought in to remove the train from the tracks - but services between Gospel Oak and Highbury and Islington will remain closed until next week. Here's Ria Chatterjee.
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Members of the RMT union who work on the Central Line will walk out at 9pm on Wednesday.
Southeastern was hit after a freight train derailed causing travel chaos for hundreds of thousands of passengers.
The club says the decision to sack Ken Hare was "a disappointment". He had been at Roots Hall for 27 years.