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Timetables

Find Southern timetables by station and download train times

Planning and re-checking your journey

Journey planners

Journey planners are updated to reflect the timetable we plan to operate.

Information on upcoming engineering work is available here. These alterations may be added to journey planners later (where this is the case, it is noted in the individual engineering work entries).

Online timetables

Online timetables are available below. Please note that these timetables do not reflect:

  • Weekend and overnight alterations made owing to engineering work
  • Any alterations due to on-the-day disruption

Whichever way you plan your journey, please remember to re-check your journey using the journey planner before you travel for on-the-day alterations.

Finding a quieter train

Where possible, you are advised to travel at less busy times. Information on how busy we expect trains to be, updated on a daily basis, is available in our on-line timetables and live departures. More information on this is available here.

Summary of the service we plan to operate

Until Saturday 3 September

Downloadable timetables are available below or check journey planners.

From Sunday 4 September

Journey planners are now showing the service we will operate. A summary of key changes is available below.

Downloadable timetables are available below.

More information on the background to these changes is available on the Latest on our rail service page. The key timetable changes are as follows:

Monday to Friday

London Bridge to East Croydon (All stations via Sydenham)

These trains will not run.

If you are at Anerley or Penge West, you will need to change trains for services to London Bridge or East Croydon, for example at Norwood Junction.

Please note that Norwood Junction is not step free access. Step free access is available to interchange at West Croydon.

If you are at New Cross Gate, Brockley, Honor Oak Park, Forest Hill or Sydenham you will need to change trains for East Croydon, for example at Norwood Junction.

Please note that Norwood Junction is not step free access. Step free access is available to interchange at West Croydon or Clapham Junction.

London Bridge to London Victoria

Two trains per hour will run in each direction calling at New Cross Gate, Brockley, Honor Oak Park, Forest Hill, Sydenham, Crystal Palace, Gipsy Hill, West Norwood, Streatham Hill, Balham, Wandsworth Common, Clapham Junction and Battersea Park

London Bridge to Caterham via Tulse Hill

Will now run between London Bridge and East Croydon via Tulse Hill.

If you are travelling to/from Caterham, Whyteleafe, Whyteleafe South and Kenley and require services via Tulse Hill, you will need to change trains at East Croydon.

London Bridge to Caterham/Tattenham Corner

Will call additionally at Norwood Junction to provide more London Overground connections.

Hemel Hempstead/Watford Junction to East Croydon

Services between Hemel Hempstead/Watford Junction and Clapham Junction will now be extended through to East Croydon, providing additional services for Balham, Streatham Common, Norbury, Thornton Heath, Selhurst and East Croydon.

London Bridge to Beckenham Junction via Tulse Hill

Two trains per hour will run in each direction for most of the day.

London Victoria to West Croydon via Crystal Palace

Will not run after approximately 20:00.

London Victoria to Epsom via Carshalton

At busy times, four services per hour will run in each direction.

In the off peak two services per hour will run.

London Bridge to Uckfield

Will increase to one train per hour throughout the middle of the day.

London Victoria to East Grinstead

An additional service at 19:20 will run from London Victoria towards East Grinstead, with a service from East Grinstead to London Victoria at 20:36.

Brighton to Lewes

An additional hourly service will run between Brighton and Lewes during peak hours, calling at Brighton, London Road (Brighton), Moulsecoomb, Falmer and Lewes.

Brighton to Hastings

Will call additionally at London Road (Brighton) during off peak hours improving connectivity to the Brighton area.

Brighton to Hove

An additional hourly service will run between Brighton and Hove. Providing additional connections for services towards London Victoria and stations towards Littlehampton.

Saturdays

London Bridge to East Croydon (All stations via Sydenham)

These trains will not run.

If you are at Anerley or Penge West, you will need to change trains for services to London Bridge or East Croydon, for example at Norwood Junction.

Please note that Norwood Junction is not step free access. Step free access is available to interchange at West Croydon.

If you are at New Cross Gate, Brockley, Honor Oak Park, Forest Hill or Sydenham you will need to change trains for East Croydon, for example at Norwood Junction.

Please note that Norwood Junction is not step free access. Step free access is available to interchange at West Croydon or Clapham Junction.

London Bridge to London Victoria

Two trains per hour will run in each direction calling at New Cross Gate, Brockley, Honor Oak Park, Forest Hill, Sydenham, Crystal Palace, Gipsy Hill, West Norwood, Streatham Hill, Balham, Wandsworth Common, Clapham Junction and Battersea Park

London Victoria to West Croydon via Crystal Palace

Will not run after approximately 20:00.

London Bridge to Caterham via Tulse Hill

Will now run between London Bridge and East Croydon via Tulse Hill.

If you travel to/from Caterham, Whyteleafe, Whyteleafe South and Kenley and require services via Tulse Hill, you will need to change trains at East Croydon.

London Bridge to Caterham/Tattenham Corner

Will call additionally at Norwood Junction to provide more London Overground connections.

London Victoria to Epsom

Two trains per hour will run via Carshalton

Sundays

London Bridge to East Croydon (All stations via Sydenham)

These trains will not run.

If you are at Anerley or Penge West, you will need to change trains for services to London Bridge or East Croydon, for example at Norwood Junction.

Please note that Norwood Junction is not step free access. Step free access is available to interchange at West Croydon.

If you are at New Cross Gate, Brockley, Honor Oak Park, Forest Hill or Sydenham you will need to change trains for East Croydon, for example at Norwood Junction.

Please note that Norwood Junction is not step free access. Step free access is available to interchange at West Croydon or Clapham Junction.

London Bridge to London Victoria

Two trains per hour will run in each direction calling at New Cross Gate, Brockley, Honor Oak Park, Forest Hill, Sydenham, Crystal Palace, Gipsy Hill, West Norwood, Streatham Hill, Balham, Wandsworth Common, Clapham Junction and Battersea Park

London Bridge to Caterham/Tattenham Corner/Purley

Caterham and London Bridge services will run non-stop between Norwood Junction and London Bridge.

One train per hour will run between Tattenham Corner and Purley. You will have to change at Purley for connections towards London and Gatwick Airport.

London Victoria to West Croydon via Crystal Palace

Will not run after approximately 20:00.

Crystal Palace and London Bridge via Tulse Hill

Will not run.

London Victoria to Epsom

Two trains per hour will run via Carshalton.

London Victoria and Sutton Via West Croydon

Two trains per hour will run.

Monday to Friday

Cambridge to King’s Cross (stopping services)

During the middle of the day, two trains per hour will run between King’s Cross and Letchworth Garden City . One train per hour will continue beyond Letchworth Garden City to Cambridge calling at Baldock, Ashwell & Morden, Royston, Meldreth, Shepreth and Foxton. After 20:00, the service on this route will be hourly.

Brighton to Cambridge

The 19:12, 20:12, 21:12 and 22:12 service to Cambridge will call additionally at Welwyn Garden City, Welwyn North and Knebworth.

Saturday

Cambridge to Kings Cross

For journeys to and from stations between Letchworth Garden City and Cambridge, the time of trains on the all-stations route will change. During the middle of the day, two trains per hour (stopping services) will run between Letchworth Garden City and King’s Cross, with one train per hour extended to run between Letchworth Garden City and Cambridge. After 20:00, the service on this route will be hourly.

Brighton to Cambridge

The 19:12, 20:12, 21:12 and 22:12 service to Cambridge will call additionally at Welwyn Garden City, Welwyn North and Knebworth.

Please remember to re-check your journey using the journey planner before you travel for on-the-day alterations.

How do I find out about engineering works?

Always check your journey before you travel, as there may be changes to services due to engineering work and any local disruption on the day. Online journey planners may only be updated with works close to when they are due to happen.

In order to keep you informed we will continue to advise you when engineering work alterations have been updated. As soon as the information is available, details of work taking place will be advertised on our engineering work page here. Information on when online journey planners are currently correct up to is available here.

Ticket information

For details of the availability of advance fares, please visit the advance ticket availability information here. If your pre-booked journey is changed, for example the time is amended, then you can either continue to travel on the revised timetable or apply for a refund.