London Overground expands

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London Overground expands

The Mayor of London and the capital's transport commissioner have taken a trip on board the first revamped Overground train from Enfield Town Station to Liverpool Street as Transport for London take over the running of several stations and some rail services in and out of Liverpool Street. 

Boris Johnson and Sir Peter Hendy say the move will improve London's transport network. 

London Live's Reya El-Salahi reports.

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