Changes to train times


London New Years Eve Fireworks

Monday 31 December 2018 (20:00) - Tuesday 1 January (00:45)

After Big Ben's famous "bongs" ring out at midnight on New Years Eve in London, the UK's largest annual fireworks display will take place at the

London Eye.

Organised by the Mayor of London, more than 100,000 spectators will gather to enjoy a pyrotechnic and lighting show with more than 12,000 fireworks.

In order to attend the event, you must have a pre-purchased ticket (you can check availability here but if you do miss out, the event will be screened on BBC TV).

There are many viewing points along the banks of the River Thames to watch the fireworks display and a map detailing their locations can be found here.


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Thames Riverside, Central London, SE1

Recommended station/s

Each viewing area has a specific arrival station which you will be advised of when booking your tickets. More information about the arrival stations can be found here.

What's happening with the trains?

The train plans for travel to and from London are expected to be finalised around 4 to 6 weeks prior to travel. More specific information on the last trains in and out of London will be provided here as soon as it is known.

Plan Your Journey to this event

You can plan your journey on London Underground by using the Transport for London Journey Planner.

The National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner is not currently showing the finalised timetable.

Last updated:   03 November 2018