Introduction Experience the Urban commuter networks of London, with the London Overground's East London, South London, North London and West London Lines, forming a box around Central London, with lots for you to do. Rolling Stock Class 378 Capitalstar (Overground) (Dual Livery) The Class 378 in this route features both Variants, the /1 and /2. Class 710 Aventra (Overground) Featuring the /2 and /3, as the /1 does not operate any featured lines. Layers Class 377 Electrostar(Southern) (Brighton Mainline or East Coastway) Network: 6 mile West London Line Clapham Junction - Willesden Junction Class 378 • Class 710 • Class 377 17 Mile North London Line Richmond - Stratford Class 378 • Class 710 ~13 Mile* East London Line Highbury & Isl. - New Cross/Crystal Palace/West Croydon Class 378 8.5 Mile South London Line Clapham Junction - Surrey Quays Class 378 Overall Network: 44.5 Miles 54 Stations *Couldn't find reliable sources on ELL, if anyone has info it would be appreciated. This route has similarities in it's set up to Glasgow Cathcart Circle, and has many branches for unique Services. Services West & North London Lines 4tph Richmond - Stratford (LO) 4tph Clapham Jcn. - Stratford (LO) 1tph Clapham Jcn - Milton Keynes (Starts/Ends at Shepherds Bush) (Southern, 377) East & South London Lines (All services LO) 4tph Dalston Jcn - Clapham Jcn 4tph Dalston Jcn - New Cross 4tph Highbury & Isl - Crystal Palace 4tph Highbury & Isl - West Croydon Electrification Similarly to Southeastern High-speed, this route has both 3rd Rail & OHLE Electrification. The Class 378/1 is DC (3rd Rail) Only, and the 378/2 is Dual-Voltage. The 710/1 doesn't feature in this route, but the /2 and /3 are both Dual-Voltage. The North London Line is DC from Richmond - Acton Central, with OHLE from Acton Central - Stratford. The South and East London Lines are both DC only, and, as shown above, only operated by 378s. The West London Line is also DC, but switches to AC (OHLE) when meeting the NLL. Thanks for reading.