Passengers pass an advert for the night tube on a platform at Oxford Circus underground (tube) station, in London, Wednesday August 17, 2016. (Dominic Lipinski / PA via AP)
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The world's oldest underground rail network takes a big step forward this weekend when the "tube" starts all-night Friday and Saturday services after years of obstruction and delay.Now that agreement has eventually been reached, trains will run between north and south London and from east to west, before being rolled out on three further lines including to Heathrow Airport.It will also go some way to catching up with train services in other major centers: the New York subway already runs throughout the night and the Paris metro operates late on weekends.
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