Passengers in the south east of England are advised to check before they travel this early May bank holiday: CBYTEarlyMay

Tuesday 25 Apr 2017

Passengers in the south east of England are advised to check before they travel this early May bank holiday

South East

Passengers in the south east are reminded to check before they travel as work continues on the Thameslink Programme and maintenance work takes place across the route.

On 29 April, essential maintenance work near New Cross will mean no Southeastern services between Cannon Street and Dartford via Greenwich and Woolwich, and on 30 April trains will not run between Dartford and London Victoria via Bexleyheath.   On Monday 1 May, there will be no Southeastern trains running to or from Cannon Street station and a reduced service will run to and from Charing Cross.

Also on 1 May, maintenance work will take place between Hither Green and Petts Wood, affecting Southeastern passengers on this part of the railway. 

Passengers are advised to check before they travel at, or, and In addition, they can follow our work on Twitter with the hashtag #SpringBHWorks .

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Passengers / community members
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03457 11 41 41

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