WARNING: Travelling to London this Bank Holiday weekend? Be aware of major disruption to Southeastern services

PUBLISHED: 11:43 26 May 2017 | UPDATED: 11:43 26 May 2017

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Rail passengers are set for three days of disruption from tomorrow as three London terminals will not be served by Southeastern trains this Bank Holiday weekend.

From Saturday to Monday, there are no trains running to or from Charing Cross, Waterloo East or London Bridge due to Network Rail improvement works.

Trains will be diverted to alternative stations.

During the work, the DLR will accept Southeastern tickets between Lewisham & Greenwich while London Underground will also take passengers’ tickets to help them get open train terminal.

Work to complete Crossrail, which arrives in Abbey Wood in December 2018, means there will no be no trains between Plumstead and Dartford across all three days.

A replacement bus service will be running.

Further work on Sunday means there will be no trains between Lewisham and Hayes or Denmark Hill and Beckenham Junction.

Southeastern are running replacement buses in light of the closures.

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