Some train times have changed from 22 February.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, some Southeastern train times have changed from 22 February.
These changes reflect current levels of demand, the availability of our colleagues and will ensure that those passengers who need to travel with us have as comfortable a journey as possible.
Responding to the pandemic means that information in the journey planner is not available as far in advance as usual. Timetables are now in journey planners and are also available to download below.
Where can I find information about weekend services?
At present, our timetables show services for Mondays to Fridays due to changes to train times on weekends for engineering work. For details of weekend train times please use the online journey planner. Service information is available six weeks in advance.
The Government's national lockdown announcement requires everyone to stay at home, please only travel for work if essential or for other legally permitted reasons.
If you must travel please plan ahead, book tickets online – paying with contactless wherever possible, and avoiding travelling at busy times using our SeatFinder tools. We also ask that our passengers carry hand sanitiser, wear a face covering and observe social distancing when on our trains, in line with government guidance.
For more information please check our Coronavirus FAQs.
Our SeatFinder Timetables allow you to check in advance how busy your train might be, allowing you to plan ahead and travel with confidence.
Using train loading data from the previous week, you can quickly see which services are likely to be busy on your route, and which are a bit quieter.
SeatFinder timetables provides information for individual weekday services and includes most, but not all, of our trains. If there is no seat availability shown for your journey, it means information isn’t available for that train yet. We are working hard to bring you more information as soon as we can.
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To plan a more immediate journey, SeatFinder information is also available on our Live Departure Boards and via the Southeastern On Track app.
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Summary of timetable changes from Monday 22 February
- The Faversham to Dover Priory route will have hourly trains for most of the day
- Off peak and evening London St Pancras to Ramsgate (via Medway) services will start and terminate at Faversham
- Some services on the line between Dover Priory and London Terminals will not run
Maidstone East Line
- Off peak & evening services will be hourly
- Trains departing London Victoria to Canterbury West at 25 minutes past the hour will be extended to Ramsgate and call at all stations on the Maidstone East line
- Trains departing Canterbury West to London Victoria at 5 minutes past the hour will begin from Ramsgate and call at all stations on the Maidstone East line
- The 5.30 and 6.22 Ashford International to London Blackfriars (via Maidstone East) and 17.38 return will continue running
- Off peak services will be hourly (services between Ramsgate and London Charing Cross (via Canterbury West) will not run after the morning peak until mid-afternoon, and some evening services won’t run)
- Some services between London Charing Cross and Ramsgate (via Dover Priory) will call additionally at Orpington
- There will be no peak trains to London Cannon Street from Ashford International
Medway Valley Line
- Off peak Medway Valley Line services will be extended to and from Tonbridge
- Off peak services will be hourly
- A few London Charing Cross to Hastings services will call additionally at Hildenborough
- Off-peak and evening Charing Cross to Dartford (via Blackheath and Woolwich) services will not run
- Charing Cross to Sevenoaks (via Grove Park) services will be hourly. Cannon Street to Orpington (via Grove Park) services will continue to run half-hourly.