Between Saturday 26 August and Saturday 2 September 2017 inclusive there will be closures and changes to services as the Thameslink Programme continues to rebuild London Bridge station and the surrounding railway.
During this time there will be fewer trains into London and your journey will take longer, especially during the four working days (29 August-1 September).
In summary there will be:
- No Southeastern trains to or from Charing Cross, Waterloo East and London Bridge (including the four working days)
- Trains will go to alternative London stations.
- No Southeastern trains to or from Cannon Street on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 August and no Southeastern trains to or from Blackfriars on Monday 28 August and Saturday 2 September.
- There will be other closures and changes going on across the Southeastern network on the Bank Holiday weekend including on Bank Holiday Monday 28 August when Hastings services are diverted to London Bridge Low Level via Redhill and East Croydon. Check Southeastern’s website for a day by day summary of the eight day improvement work
- Reduced Southern service to or from London Bridge on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 August.
- For the four working days trains will run to Blackfriars, Cannon Street, Victoria and temporarily into Waterloo, maximising the opportunities for passengers who need to travel to get into central London.
- Southeastern high speed will serve St Pancras as usual throughout. You will need a valid ticket to travel on high speed services; there is no ticket acceptance in place.
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