Advance travel news for home match v West Ham
LONDON BRIDGE RAIL WORKS
From Saturday 23 to Sunday 31 August 2014
Network Rail is undertaking major engineering work as part of the Thameslink programme.
First Capital Connect First Capital Connect Thameslink route services will not operate to and from London Bridge.
They will continue to operate to and from the coast (Brighton). However, they will be diverted via an alternative route between Blackfriars and East Croydon.
Some 12 carriage trains will operate, and will be non-stopping from East Croydon to Blackfriars. 8 carriage trains will call at Elephant & Castle.
Some weekday services are expected to be much busier than usual, especially between East Croydon and central London.
East Croydon station and Brighton Main Line stations south of East Croydon are expected to be busier than usual.
Southern Southern services will not operate to and from London Bridge.
There will be no Southern services between Norwood Junction and London Bridge and between Crystal Palace and London Bridge.
Southern services via Peckham Rye will operate to and from South Bermondsey.
Some services will be diverted to Victoria.
Services during the week to and from central London are expected to be much busier than usual.
Balham and East Croydon stations and Brighton Main Line stations south of East Croydon are expected to be busier than usual.
Southeastern Southeastern services will continue to operate to and from, and through London Bridge during the planned work.
Southeastern passengers that currently interchange onto Southern or First Capital Connect services at London Bridge will not be able to do so during the planned works.
Some weekday services to and from central London are expected to be busier than usual.