Future engineering work

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See details of routes affected by planned engineering works, including when they take effect, maps of the affected area, alternative timetables, advice for alternative travel and real-time updates.

No trains at London Charing Cross or Waterloo East on Sunday 26 September

Start date
26/09/2021 
End date
26/09/2021 
Route affected
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All routes to / from London Charing Cross

 
TOC(s) affected
Southeastern
Description

Engineering work is taking place between London Charing Cross and London Bridge, closing all lines.

Woolwich Line: Trains between London Charing Cross and Dartford via Woolwich will run from London Cannon Street instead.

Grove Park Line: London Charing Cross to Sevenoaks services will run from London Cannon Street instead, and stop additionally at Lewisham.

Sidcup Line: Trains between Charing Cross and Gravesend via Sidcup will run from London Cannon Street instead, and call additionally at New Cross and Lewisham.  These trains will not run beyond Dartford because of further engineering work.

Hastings Line: Trains between London Charing Cross and Hastings will run from London Cannon Street instead and only run between London Cannon Street and Sevenoaks because of further engineering work.

Paddock Wood Line: Trains between London Charing Cross and Ramsgate via Dover Priory will run from London Cannon Street instead.  These trains will be diverted between London Bridge and Ashford International to run via Maidstone East because of further engineering work.

Ticket Acceptance:

You can use London Underground between Charing Cross Embankment, Southwark, London Bridge & Cannon Street at no extra cost.

Check before you travel:

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