No services to Charing Cross, Waterloo East or London Bridge as London Victoria faces morning disruption on Sunday

PUBLISHED: 12:22 28 July 2017 | UPDATED: 12:22 28 July 2017

Southeastern train

Southeastern train


Engineering works will cause disruption for passengers on Sunday

Passengers travelling on board Southeastern rail are being warned services to three London terminals will not run on Sunday, with further disruption expected at London Victoria.

Charing Cross, Waterloo East and London Bridge will all stop serving trains for the day due to engineering works between Charing Cross and London Bridge, closing all lines.

During the disruption, passengers will be able to use the route 15 bus from Charing Cross to get to Cannon Street, as well as London Underground and the Docklands Light Railway

Meanwhile passengers travelling to London Victoria face disruption from Saturday night and throughout Sunday morning.

Engineering work between the station and Clapham High Street will close some lines between 11pm and 12.45pm.

Trains to Orpington and Ramsgate/Dover Priory will also leave slightly earlier, with 25 and 55 minutes past the hour services retimed to 24 and 25 past, while 45 minutes past retimed to 42 past.

There will also be no train service between Slade Green / Barnehurst / Crayford and Dartford, with replacement buses running between the stations.

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