We introduced a new timetable on 12th September, with more frequent and longer trains on many routes.
Whether you’re travelling five days a week or are thinking about a more flexible way of working, we can help you plan your commute so you can travel on our trains with confidence. Find out more on our Commute your way page.
We're continuously reviewing our passenger numbers and adjusting train lengths and services where necessary. Due to an increase in demand, we have already added a number of additional and longer trains to our service and will continue to monitor passenger numbers.
We may need to make some changes to this timetable therefore we recommend you check your journey details before travelling using our online journey planner.
Autumn timetable changes from 10 October
We’ve made some small changes to our timetable this autumn to keep trains running on time.
Some morning trains will leave a few minutes earlier. Evening trains will leave London at the same time as usual, but some will arrive at stations along their route a few minutes later. On days when we expect the weather to be at its worst, some off-peak weekday services will leave earlier or call less frequently at a small number of metro stations.
Visit our dedicated autumn page to find out how we prepare in advance for the season.
Throughout autumn, you can easily check how busy your train might be with our SeatFinder tools, and catch the train that works best for you.
Use The Key contactless smartcard to fast track through the station and avoid the queues. The Key enables you to buy and download your tickets at home via our website or the Southeastern app. Order yours here.
Thanks for continuing to wear a face covering in crowded spaces, out of respect for others.
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.
- Timetable 1 - London, Tonbridge and Ashford International to Canterbury West, Folkestone, Dover, Ramsgate and Margate
- Timetable 2 - London to the Medway Towns, Sittingbourne, Sheerness-on-Sea, Faversham, Ramsgate and Dover
- Timetable 3a - London to Ashford International and Canterbury West via Maidstone East
- Timetable 3b - Strood to Maidstone West, Paddock Wood and Tonbridge
- Timetable 4 - London and Sevenoaks to Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells, Battle and Hastings
- Timetable 5a - London to Greenwich, Dartford, Gravesend and the Medway Towns
- Timetable 5b - London to Dartford, Crayford, Gravesend, Woolwich and Deptford via Bexleyheath
- Timetable 5c - London to Dartford, Gravesend, Barnehurst, Woolwich and Deptford via Sidcup
- Timetable 5s - London to New Cross, St Johns, Lewisham, Hither Green, Blackheath and Dartford (Summary)
- Timetable 6a - London to Catford Bridge, Elmers End and Hayes (Kent)
- Timetable 6b - London to Bromley North, Orpington and Sevenoaks via Grove Park
- Timetable 7 - London to Bromley South, Orpington and Sevenoaks via Herne Hill
- Timetable 8 - High speed - St Pancras International to Stratford International, Ebbsfleet International, Ashford International and Gravesend
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To plan a more immediate journey, SeatFinder information is also available on our Live Departure Boards and via the Southeastern app.
Find your timetable
Search by station name or 3 digit station code to filter our list of timetables.