Everyone knows that the enjoyment levels really go up in Camden and Kentish Town when the sun goes down, so visitors and residents will be thrilled to know the 24-hour Tube is set to arrive in a matter of months!
New London Mayor Sadiq Khan has just confirmed that Kentish Town and Camden Town - both stops on the Northern line - will enjoy a round-the-clock underground service on Fridays and Saturdays as of this autumn. Trains are expected to run every 8 and 15 minutes through the night.
This is great news for anyone enjoying the many restaurants, bars, music venues and clubs in North West London as travel to and from the neighbourhoods will run into the small hours. The Jubilee and Piccadilly lines will also enjoy a 24-hour weekend service from the autumn.
The move - initiated by outgoing Mayor Boris Johnson - will also be music to the ears of shift and night workers, who have previously relied on night buses or their own vehicles to get to and from work outside of normal Tube hours.
The 24-hour weekend service is set to begin on the Central and Victoria Lines first as early as 19th August, providing Londoners with a glimpse of what's to come hopefully across the whole Tube network.
The Northern, Piccadilly and Jubilee lines will begin offering 24-hour weekend services in autumn, according to London Underground.