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Train Companies Hit By Snow: Revised Timetables

Monday 21st January 2013

Two train companies operating into London have announced revised timetables as the snow continues.

train snowSouthern and South West Trains say they are reducing trains in the areas likely to be most-affected to ensure a steady service.

First Capital Connect and Southeastern trains both say they are running to all destinations, however the service will be disrupted all day due to the severe weather.

Check before you travel and please allow more time for your journey is the advice from all train operators.

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South West Trains Snow Timetable - Monday 21 January 2013

Because of the severe weather conditions, South West Trains are running a revised timetable throughout the network.

Where possible additional trains are being put on in peak service hours however the company is warning that services departing London Waterloo between 16:00 - 19:00 are expected to be extremely busy tonight.

This means the following routes will have no service:
Ascot to Ash Vale
Salisbury to Bristol
Virginia Water to Weybridge
The following routes will have a limited service only if conditions allow:
Aldershot to Guildford
Chessington branch
Hampton Court branch - Currently suspended. No trains running between Hampton Court and Surbiton. Customers should use Local Bus services to Kingston station for onward travel. South West Trains tickets are valid on these buses.
Shepperton branch

Full details on South West Trains

Southern Trains Snow Timetable - Monday 21 January 2013

Services across the Southern network are being disrupted due to the late finish of improvement works, which has delayed our lines being treated to remove the build up of ice.

Trains are unable to operate between Lewes and  Haywards Heath in both directions and buses are operating between Haywards Heath and Lewes.

Passengers travelling towards London from West Coast stations can travel via the Arun Valley line between Barnham and Three Bridges.

Passengers from East Coast stations can travel via Eastbourne and Hastings and thence via South Eastern Trains services via Tonbridge to London Bridge and Charing Cross stations.
Trains are unable to operate between Horsham and Dorking and also Reigate and Redhill. Buses have been arranged to operate on these routes.
Southern service between South Croydon and Milton Keynes has been suspended - passengers should travel via Victoria and Euston.
No service at present between South Bermondsey and Streatham.

London Buses, London Tramlink and London Underground are accepting Southern ticket holders by any reasonable route.
Southern will be operating an amended timetable However, they say this timetable will be subject to alteration with some cancellations which passengers can find here

Full details on Southern Trains