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Southeastern weekend disruption: Dartford, Hayes, Sidcup and Tonbridge trains to suffer as engineering work gets underway

PUBLISHED: 13:13 29 September 2017 | UPDATED: 13:13 29 September 2017

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Three London termini will be closed to Southeastern services

Passengers are set to face another weekend of disruption due to engineering work on the Southeastern network from tomorrow.

No trains will run to or from Charing Cross, London Bridge or Waterloo East across the weekend.

All trains will instead run via Cannon Street on an amended timetable.

Services to / from Hayes and Tonbridge will run at a reduced level.

On Sunday, buses will replace trains between Lewisham and Dartford via the Sidcup / Grove Park line.

Services between London Charing Cross and Ramsgate / Dover Priory are diverted to start / terminate at London Victoria.

London Underground will be accepting valid Southeastern tickets between affected London terminals to help you complete your journey. Docklands Light Railway will accept valid Southeastern tickets between Lewisham and Greenwich.

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