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The Bow Curve is a branch railway line in Bow, east London, that connects the Great Eastern Main Line to the London, Tilbury and Southend Railway . The line connects Stratford on the GEML to Limehouse on the LTSR. It once formed part of the London and Blackwall Railway and today sees no regular timetabled use, however it may be used for diversions during engineering work or emergency timetable changes.

Bow Curve
Overview
Type Commuter rail
System National Rail
Status Operational
Locale Greater London
Termini Limehouse
Stratford
Stations 2
Services No services timetabled
Operation
Opened 2 April 1849
Owner Network Rail
Technical
Number of tracks 1

The Bow Curve is a branch railway line in Bow, east London, that connects the Great Eastern Main Line (out of Liverpool Street) to the London, Tilbury and Southend Railway (out of Fenchurch Street). The line connects Stratford on the GEML to Limehouse on the LTSR. It once formed part of the London and Blackwall Railway and today sees no regular timetabled use, however it may be used for diversions during engineering work or emergency timetable changes.