The Overground is already established as a strong brand, particularly on the Orbital route, North London Line and Barking-Gospel Oak (albeit where it is chronically overcrowded). It struggles a little more on the Euston-Watford Line. One of its strengths has been the investment in safe, well-lit, clean, staffed stations. It has been suggested that the relatively meagre sum, £25m, available for the 24 stations transferring to TfL will probably not be enough to secure the quality of refurbishment that would be needed to meet the 'brand standard' on these new lines. Is this the case? While new rolling stock will arrive in the foreseeable future, what does your modelling tell you about?