Shrouded in steam The Flying Scotsman train leaves Kings Cross railway station in London, as it begins its journey to York, Thursday, Feb. 25, 2016. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
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All-night services on London's Underground trains will be launched for the first time in August, the city's new mayor said Monday, despite union protests against the move.The London Underground, widely known as the Tube, dates back to 1863 and carries over one billion passengers every year.A 2014 study by economic consultancy Volterra Partners for London's transport authority and London First, a business campaign group, estimated that 1,965 permanent jobs would be supported by the Night Tube.
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