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Travelling by Tube

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For safety reasons some stations may close temporarily to prevent overcrowding. It may be worthwhile walking part of your journey or seeking an alternative route.

Ladbroke Grove – Station closed on Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday.

Latimer Road – On Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday the station will close at 11.30pm.

Notting Hill Gate – On Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday the station will be ‘exit only’ between 11am and 7pm. Between 11am and 7pm there will be no interchange between the Circle, Central and District line trains at this station on Sunday or anytime on Bank Holiday Monday.

Westbourne Park – On Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday the station will be ‘exit only’ between 11am and 6pm. The station will close at 11.30pm on both days.

Royal Oak – On Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday the station will be ‘exit only’ between 11am and 6pm. The station will close at 11.30pm on both days.

Bayswater – On Bank Holiday Monday between noon and 7pm it may be advisable to use this station as Circle and District line trains will not stop at Notting Hill Gate.

Paddington (Hammersmith and City and Circle lines) – On Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday it may be advisable to use this station instead of Notting Hill Gate/Royal Oak as both these stations will have entry restrictions.

Other nearby stations – High Street Kensington (Circle and District lines), Holland Park (Central line), Queen’s Park (Bakerloo line) and Shepherd’s Bush (Central line).

More information

Please check before you travel at tfl.gov.uk/notting-hill-carnival for more detailed District and Circle line timetable information over the Notting Hill Carnival weekend.