How to avoid the travel chaos caused by train cancellations between Slade Green, Barnehurst, Crayford and Dartford this weekend

PUBLISHED: 10:40 04 August 2017 | UPDATED: 10:41 04 August 2017

Southeastern train

Southeastern train


Network Rail engineering work will close all lines between the stations

Passengers travelling between four Kent and Bexley train stations are being warned of engineering work closing a number of lines over the weekend.

Work by Network Rail will see all train services between Slade Green, Barnehurst, Crayford and Dartford cancelled throughout the weekend.

The closure will affect routes between Charing Cross, Cannon Street, London Victoria and Dartford, Gravesend, Gillingham, as well as Cannon Street services via Woolwich Arsenal and Sidcup.

Buses will run between Slade Green and Dartford and also between Crayford and Dartford.

Meanwhile trains will run from London Cannon Street and Charing Cross to Slade Green via both Bexleyheath and Woolwich Arsenal.

Trains will also run between:

London Cannon Street / London Charing Cross and Crayford

London Victoria and Sidcup via Lewisham

Dartford and Gravesend / Gillingham

Passengers travelling to Dartford, will be able to travel on these services and change at Slade Green or Crayford for a replacement bus service.

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