Crowd control measures at London terminals as weather continue to wreak havoc into evening rush hour

PUBLISHED: 17:27 23 June 2016 | UPDATED: 17:27 23 June 2016




Cannon Street and London Bridge have re-opened for Southeastern services

Commuters heading home from London are facing significant disruption to peak services after poor weather wreaked havoc on south east railways.

A spokesperson from Southeastern said: “We are expecting evening peak services from London to be significantly disrupted so please allow extra time to complete your journey.

“Cannon Street & London Bridge stations have now re-opened for Southeastern services but because of the disruption, we are having to implement crowd control measures which may delay your entry into the station(s).”

The following changes to evening peak services are in place:

A reduced service will run between London and Dartford via Woolwich / Bexleyheath / Sidcup

A reduced service will run between Dartford and Gravesend

Some trains between London Charing Cross and Gillingham may be cancelled or revised

A reduced service will run between London and Orpington via Grove Park

Trains on the Hayes Line may start / terminate at Elmers End, Clock House or New Beckenham

Trains between London Victoria and Orpington will be diverted to run to and from London Blackfriars

Mainline services will run, but alterations and cancellations can be expected.

High Speed services will run but are subject to delays and alterations.

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