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Services between Tonbridge and Redhill

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A landslip near the village of Godstone has resulted in significant damage to the railway connecting Tonbridge and Redhill. As a result, trains cannot travel between Tonbridge and Redhill and you may need to use rail replacement services to complete your journey. 

The landslip happened on Sunday 22 December. Engineers from Network Rail are working to repair the damage as quickly as possible, but this is a very complex repair in a difficult-to-access area. Services will remain disrupted until the end of March. 

For more information on the landslip and the work underway to restore the railway, please refer to: www.networkrail.co.uk/running-the-railway/our-regions/southern/tonbridge-to-redhill-line-closure/ 

Godstone landslip  Godstone landslip

To support you to travel the following arrangements are in place from Monday 6th January 2020. For service times at each station, alternative routes and to plan your journey, please use a journey planner such as www.nationalrail.co.uk as soon as possible. 

Weekday travel on the Tonbridge to Redhill route 

From Monday 6th January 2020 on weekdays only until the end of March, a shuttle train service is operating in both directions between Tonbridge and Edenbridge, stopping at Leigh and Penshurst. 

This train service connects to a bus service between Edenbridge and Redhill, stopping at Godstone, Nutfield (Memorial Hall) and Redhill.

Buses will stop at the following locations:

  • Redhill - for the fastest possible journey time, buses will pick-up passengers from the main station entrance for journeys towards Edenbridge/Tonbridge, drop-offs will be at the rear of the station near the Toby Carvery. Passengers being dropped-off at Redhill can remain with the bus until it reaches the main station entrance, but the road layout means that it is likely to be faster to disembark at the rear and walk to the main entrance
  • Nutfield - on the A25 at the Nutfield Memorial Hall (please note this is just over 1 mile north of the station)
  • Godstone - Eastbourne Road, opposite The Lagham pub (Platform 2 side)
  • Edenbridge - outside the station entrance (Platform 2) in Albion Way / station car park

Arrangements for Nutfield passengers 

In addition to the main bus service calling at Nutfield (Memorial Hall), a dedicated minibus service is operating between Nutfield station and Redhill. This is because Nutfield station is approximately 1 mile to the south of Nutfield Memorial Hall. Passengers to/from Nutfield station should either use the scheduled bus service to Nutfield (Memorial Hall) or the dedicated minibus to/from Redhill. 

Travel between Tonbridge and Redhill only

As an alternative to these arrangements, passengers travelling between Tonbridge and Redhill can also travel via London Bridge, using Southeastern services between Tonbridge and London Bridge and Thameslink services between London Bridge and Redhill.

Weekend travel on the Tonbridge to Redhill route

From Saturday 11th January 2020 on weekends until the end of March, a replacement bus service is operating in both directions between Tonbridge and Redhill, stopping at Leigh, Penshurst, Edenbridge, Godstone Nutfield (Memorial Hall) and Redhill.

Buses will stop at the following locations:

  • Redhill - for the fastest possible journey time, buses will pick-up passengers from the main station entrance for journeys towards Edenbridge/Tonbridge, drop-offs will be at the rear of the station near the Toby Carvery. Passengers being dropped-off at Redhill can remain with the bus until it reaches the main station entrance, but the road layout means that it is likely to be faster to disembark at the rear and walk to the main entrance
  • Nutfield - on the A25 at the Nutfield Memorial Hall (please note this is just over 1 mile north of the station)
  • Godstone - Eastbourne Road, opposite The Lagham pub (Platform 2 side)
  • Edenbridge - outside the station entrance (Platform 2) in Albion Way / station car park
  • Leigh - outside the Fleur de Lis Public House on the High Street
  • Penshurst - outside the station, near The Little Brown Jug Public House

Arrangements for Nutfield passengers

In addition to the main bus service calling at Nutfield (Memorial Hall), a dedicated minibus service is operating between Nutfield station and Redhill. This is because Nutfield station is approximately 1 mile to the south of Nutfield Memorial Hall. Passengers to/from Nutfield station should either use the scheduled bus service to Nutfield (Memorial Hall) or the dedicated minibus to/from Redhill. 

Travel between Tonbridge and Redhill only

As an alternative to these arrangements, passengers travelling between Tonbridge and Redhill can also travel via London Bridge, using Southeastern services between Tonbridge and London Bridge and Thameslink services between London Bridge and Redhill.

Travel to / from London

In addition to services via Redhill which is accessible using bus replacement services, we have the following ticket acceptance in place for “London Terminals” or “London Thameslink” tickets that are normally valid only via Redhill. 

  • Southern – Services from Edenbridge Town via East Croydon to London Bridge. Edenbridge Town station is approximately 20-25 minutes’ walk from Edenbridge station.
  • Thameslink / Southern – Services from East Grinstead via East Croydon to London Terminals. You may board / disembark this service at any station between East Grinstead and Oxted, including Dormans, Lingfield and Hurst Green. 
  • Southern – Services from Caterham via Purley to London Terminals
  • Southeastern – Services from Tonbridge to London Charing Cross or London Cannon Street
  • London Underground and TfL services – travel between London Victoria and London Bridge, London Victoria and London Cannon Street or between London Victoria and London Charing Cross for any “London Terminals” ticket valid on the Tonbridge to Redhill route. 

 

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Car parking arrangements for season ticket holders

To support season ticket holders on the Tonbridge to Redhill route to travel, you can use Redhill, Merstham, East Grinstead, Lingfield or Oxted station car parks at no extra cost if you have a rail season ticket with an origin of Nutfield, Godstone, Edenbridge, Penshurst, Leigh or Tonbridge.

To request complimentary car parking, rail season ticket holders should send an email with the subject line Tonbridge-Redhill Season Ticket with a copy of their rail season ticket, photocard and vehicle number plate to customersupport.uk@sabagroup.com.

Please note that Redhill, Merstham, East Grinstead, Lingfield and Oxted station car parks use automatic number plate recognition (ANPR), so to park at these locations your vehicle registration must be linked to the ANPR system through the email information provided above or a penalty notice may be issued. Please obtain confirmation of registration through the details provided above before parking.

Spaces at our station car parks are available on a first come first served basis and a space cannot be guaranteed.