Future engineering work

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Reduced train service in and out of London Waterloo on Saturday 24 March

Start date
24/03/2018  00:00
End date
24/03/2018 
Route affected
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Between London Waterloo and Chessington South / Hampton Court / Portsmouth Harbour via Guildford / Poole

 
TOC(s) affected
South Western Railway
Description

Engineering work is taking place between London Waterloo and Queenstown Road, closing various lines.

Some platforms and lines will be closed at London Waterloo all day Saturday.  Platforms 7 and 8 at Vauxhall will be closed and trains will use other platforms.   

Trains towards London Waterloo will not call at Earlsfield. Please use other services and change at Wimbledon or Clapham Junction as necessary.

Most train services will still run in and out of London Waterloo but may have minor re-timings.

The following services will be altered in the London area on Saturday.

    • Stopping services to Poole will only run between Basingstoke and Poole.
    • Stopping services to Haslemere and Portsmouth will only run between Woking and Haslemere.
    • Services to and from Alton will divide from and join with the Basingstoke stopping service at Woking.
    • Trains will run between Wimbledon and Dorking. Services to and from Guildford via Epsom will run through to London Waterloo.
    • Trains will run between Wimbledon and Chessington South.
    • Shuttle train services will run between Surbiton and Hampton Court / Guildford via Cobham.
      Check before you travel:

      These changes are not currently shown in the National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner, please check back nearer to the time of travel.

      Location Map:

      For further location information on any railway station, please use this zoomable map

      Project Information:

      You can read more about engineering work and why it is necessary.