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January 2018 timetable
Summary of changes
We are planning to re-instate services to and from London Bridge after the completion of major works at the station in 2018. This means some changes to our timetable effective from Sunday 31 December 2017. Our new timetables are valid from 31 December 2017 to 19 May 2018, but because of major engineering work associated with the Thameslink Programme, the actual first date of full running will be Tuesday 2 January 2018.
The most significant change for passengers is that platforms 1, 2 and 3 will re-open, with the exception of some contra-peak direction trains on the Cannon Street side, all passenger trains will now call at London Bridge.
In addition, many trains that currently run empty to or from Charing Cross will be reinstated as passenger trains in order to serve the Charing Cross – Waterloo East – London Bridge passenger flow in the contra peak period.
As a result of their now calling at London Bridge, trains to Cannon Street will generally arrive later than today and trains will generally depart earlier than today. So as always, please check before you travel.
Changes to the timetable are detailed in this document, and all January timetables are available to download below.
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