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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