Ready for three years of train pain from Charlton?

Charlton Station, 9 May 2013
Are you ready for three years of travel disruption through London Bridge station? From 2015, many trains won’t be calling there while the station is rebuilt.

Find out more, and find out what Southeastern and Network Rail are doing about it, at the Charlton Rail Users’ Group open meeting on Monday at 7.30pm at Charlton Liberal Club, Charlton Church Lane. Other topics will include trains stopping at the far end of the platform, and the mooted switch of Southeastern services to TfL.

More details at CRUG’s new website.

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2 Responses to Ready for three years of train pain from Charlton?

  1. John says:

    It’s disruption because of London Bridge being rebuilt, isn’t it?

    Or is Charlton slated for major work (beyond the platform extensions) and I’ve just missed it?

  2. Darryl says:

    D’oh! Yes, sorry, it’s London Bridge that’s being rebuilt – serves me right for writing this half-asleep. If only Charlton could get a rebuild…

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