Trains
Thursday December 12, 2019
  • Site last updated at 4:38pm on Monday 9th December 2019.

/ Planned engineering work 4 November - 5 December

 

Monday 4 to Friday 8 November 2019
From 00:10 until 04:45 
• The 21:18 Luton to Rainham service will terminate at Gillingham (Mon, Wed, Thu). Change at Gillingham for Southeastern services.
• The 01:24 Dartford to Gillingham service will be replaced by a bus between Gravesend and Gillingham (Tue, Thu, Fri).

Saturday 9 November 2019
All day 
• Thameslink trains will be diverted and unable to call at stations between Streatham and Sutton via Wimbledon. Please use local TfL bus services.

From approximately 23:00 until the end of service
• Some services from Rainham will terminate at Kentish Town. Customers should change at London St Pancras International for trains to West Hampstead Thameslink and other destinations.

/ Planned engineering work 6 - 31 October 

 

Sunday 6 October 2019
Until 07:30
• No trains between London King's Cross and Alexandra Palace / Potters Bar. Use London Buses / Underground between London King's Cross and Finsbury Park / Finsbury Park and Alexandra Palace / Great Northern services to Potters Bar.
Until 08:45
• No trains between London King's Cross and Finsbury Park. Use London Underground between London King's Cross and Finsbury Park.
All day
• Sutton route trains will operate between Luton and Wimbledon. Use London Buses between Wimbledon and Sutton and between Streatham and Sutton via Mitcham Junction.
• Trains between London and Rainham will start / terminate at Gravesend. 
• Use Southeastern trains between Gravesend and Rochester and replacement buses between Rochester and Rainham.
• Buses replace trains between Three Bridges and Brighton.

Please click below to see the local train timetables:

/ From Sunday 19 May - Saturday 14 December 

 

Monday to Friday
• An additional 29 trains will operate every weekday with an additional service each hour in both directions between Cambridge and Brighton, doubling the frequency of this service at peak times and throughout most of the day. These services will call at stations on the Cambridge line, Hitchin, Stevenage, through central London and on to Brighton via Gatwick Airport. 

• With the addition of these services, from Monday 20 May we will be operating 20 trains per hour through central London stations on weekdays.

• Other Thameslink services will continue to operate to the current timetable, with additional stops at some Cambridge route stations. There are minor changes to other services, with some trains departing earlier at stations from Royston to Hitchin.

Saturdays
• An additional 180 services will operate on Saturdays.

• There will be a new hourly service between Cambridge and Brighton. In addition the service frequency will be doubled on the following routes with: two additional services operating per hour between Bedford and Gatwick Airport and one additional service per hour between Kentish Town and Rainham.

• Other Saturday services will continue to operate to the current timetable.

Sundays
• An additional 100 services will operate on Sundays.

• There will be a new hourly service between Cambridge and Gatwick Airport. An additional service will also operate each hour on the following routes: between Bedford and Gatwick Airport, Bedford and Three Bridges and between Kentish Town and Rainham. This doubles the frequency of trains between Bedford and Gatwick Airport and Kentish Town and Rainham.

• In the afternoon two services per hour will now operate between Sutton and St Albans City. 

Please check for alterations before you travel, as engineering work often takes place at weekends. 

 

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