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Brighton Main Line closed between Brighton/Lewes and Three Bridges this weekend

Engineering works at Balcombe this weekend (Sunday 29th March) means that the Brighton Main Line will be closed between Brighton/Lewes and Three Bridges. An amended train service will be in place and trains between Brighton and London will be diverted via Horsham. There will also be a rail replacement bus service between Brighton and Three Bridges and Lewes and Three Bridges.

Please use National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner to plan your journey.


London Bridge - We have recently made changes to the morning and evening peak timetable and this is helping to improve the reliability of our train services.  We have made further changes which came in to place last Monday, details of the changes can be found here.

 
 

 

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Southern performance improvement plan

Network Rail, Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) and Southern are working together to improve performance, and have published an updated performance plan. Further information can be found on our performance pages.

PDF Updated performance plan (4mb)

Southern service changes

Southern's access into London Bridge has reduced from six tracks to three tracks. As a result, there will be changes to Southern services.

For the full story, including ticket acceptance and re-routing advice, please see our news item.

Do you travel to London Charing Cross and Waterloo East?

Southeastern train services to London Charing Cross and Waterloo East will no longer stop at London Bridge, until August 2016. Please read the PDF below for further information. 

PDF Important information for you (990kb)

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