Monday 20 September 2021 9:38 PM UTC
LONDON Sept 20: Two new London Underground stations opened on Monday morning, following a £1.1 billion development project.
The Tube’s first major expansion this century has seen two new stops added to the Northern Line in the south of the capital.
The first train on the route departed from Battersea Power Station at 5.28am, calling at the other new station, Nine Elms, before reaching the existing Kennington station.
TfL estimated that the new services will support 25,000 new jobs and 20,000 new homes.
The areas around Nine Elms and Battersea Power Station have seen extensive redevelopment in recent years, alongside the changes to the Underground map.
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