A Watford train line is set to be given a new name to bring it in line with the Tube.

TfL has announced that six London Overground lines, including Euston to Watford Junction, will have their own identities by the end of 2024.

TfL is working with the Commission for Diversity in the Public Realm to work on themes ahead of public consultation on potential names.

Click here to see the names readers suggested for the line

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said: “There are so many Londoners, historic locations and forgotten stories from our city that need re-telling.

“Naming the lines will not only help educate visitors about what our amazing city and incredible history but will also make it easier for people who live, work or visit London to more easily navigate the city."

The other routes set for a name are Stratford to Richmond/Clapham Junction, Gospel Oak to Barking Riverside, Liverpool Street to Cheshunt/Enfield Town/Chingford, Highbury & Islington to New Cross/Crystal Palace/West Croydon/Clapham Junction, and Romford to Upminster.

The London Overground will remain as “the umbrella brand” and it will keep its orange logo.

Increased usability and comprehension of the network, greater customer confidence, clearer wayfinding, and clearer service disruption information are listed as benefits of the change.