We’ve now had an update from Southeastern: The weather has resulted in numerous trains and crews being displaced, meaning many are not where they need to be in order to meet Southeastern’s timetable. In addition, major signalling failures at Cannon … Continue reading
Thameslink have sent us the following urgent message: Due to severe flooding south of London we are advising Thameslink passengers to consider travelling home early today as further bad weather is expected from 3pm and services are still seriously disrupted … Continue reading
Replacement bus service running on Southeastern between Dover Priory and Folkestone Central due to damage to the sea wall. Tickets being accepted on London Underground and alternative Southeastern services between Dover Priory and Victoria.
I suggest that this new Underground Line into deepest Kent should be called the “Invicta Line”!Continue reading
The Chairman of the SRTA writes: Earlier this month there was a debate in Parliament on whether South Eastern Railway should be stripped of its franchise after months of poor performance. Several MPs – of all persuasions – asked whether … Continue reading
There is a “Meet The Managers” event at Sevenoaks station on the evening of this coming Tuesday, 23 February, between 1700 and 1900. We’re told that senior managers from Southeastern and Network Rail will be there to answer your questions and discuss current issues. There’s a lot to discuss!
It’s important that these managers hear about issues directly from Sevenoaks passengers. So please spare a few minutes to give them your views! – and please let us know what they say!!Continue reading
Following our analysis of Friday’s icy (or not) events, Karen Harding, our Borough Green Correspondent, writes:- We had absolutely nothing on the Maidstone East line – the whole line was at a standstill. We ended up driving to Otford, where … Continue reading