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Planned Changes to Train Times

Details of planned engineering works on the Southern network.

Engineering work over Easter

Engineering work will affect some parts of the network over the Easter Weekend.

Day  Level of service operating 
Good Friday 19 and Saturday 20 April
  • Reduced service from London Victoria. Most trains will divert to London Bridge
  • Trains between East Croydon and Milton Keynes Central will not run. Use London Underground / Overground and London Northwestern Railway services
  • Revised service between Reigate and Redhill. Change at Redhill for other services
  • Uckfield trains will start and terminate at Oxted. Change at Oxted for services to and from London
  • Buses replace trains between Balham and East Croydon
Easter Sunday 21 and Easter Monday 22 April
  • Trains between Shepherds Bush and Watford Junction will not run. Use London Underground / Overground and London Northwestern Railway services
  • Trains between London Bridge and Crystal Palace (via Sydenham / Tulse Hill) / West Croydon will not run
  • Trains between London Victoria and London Bridge / West Croydon and between London Bridge and Beckenham Junction will not run
  • Use other services and buses between Balham and West Croydon. Use Southeastern services between Beckenham Junction and London Victoria

Planned engineering work

  • To maintain and improve the railway, Network Rail carries out regular planned engineering works on the Southern network
  • Work normally takes place at weekends or after 10 pm – but occasionally services are impacted at other times
  • Information will be available here as soon as it is available
  • Please check before travelling, and see our live departures and arrivals for up-to-the-minute information

Planning a journey or buying a ticket in advance?

Normally, the timetable for any particular day is confirmed 12 weeks in advance. For a temporary period Network Rail isn’t able to do this, instead confirming timetables closer to the date of travel. More detailed information is available here.

Wherever possible we've highlighted those affected journeys in our journey planner using a warning alert.

To help plan your journey in advance, we have worked with our industry partners to upload the dates and locations of planned engineering works into the engineering works calendar below.

You can still book tickets in advance and our Advance fares are available up until the day before travel. If you buy a ticket in advance and the journey is changed then you can either check how the service has been changed and continue to travel or apply for a refund.

Always check before you travel using our Journey planner, National Rail Enquiries or download our On Track App.

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Planned engineering work for 23rd December 2018

There is no planned engineering work for this date.

Engineering work at the weekend

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