There's been a lot of talk about the night tube lately, which is apparently due to launch this summer (we'll believe it when we see it). But now there's also some good news for late night Overground users. In November, the Overground network will be taken over by transport company Arriva, which has promised to run services later into the night, as well as offering more frequent services and new trains.
Admittedly, Overground trains running slightly later isn't quite as exciting as the night tube, but Overground users may get in on the 24-hour weekend service eventually. TfL has said that parts of the new service 'could operate on parts of the London Overground in 2017' - but let's not hold our breath, eh?
Want more tube news? This tube map shows all the clubs you'll be able to get to once the night tube launches.