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Several platforms at London Bridge station have been removed for the rebuilding of the station for the new Thameslink tracks. The pedestrian routes in and out of the station and circulation inside the station have been signifcantly changed to accommodate the rebuilding work. The new circulation plan can be seen here.
Transport for London (TfL) is reminding customers that long term National Rail service changes being undertaken by Network Rail at London Bridge mainline station are likely to result in busier than usual services, on certain parts of the transport network, as some customers who usually travel directly to London Bridge by rail use TfL services instead. From 12 January 2015 until August 2016, major Network Rail modernisation work will take place at London Bridge station and Southeastern rail services to and from Charing Cross will not call at London Bridge. Southeastern services from New Cross, St.Read more
There will be significant changes to Peckham's rail services from 20 December. These are not permanent but some will be with us for a long period up to 2018. They are the result of work at London Bridge for the Thamselink new services which will begin in 2018. See below the details of
the service changes before then. best wishes for Christmas and the New Year. Eileen Conn
Co-ordinator, Peckham Vision http://www.peckhamvision.org
RAIL SERVICE CHANGES AT LONDON BRIDGE
The changes affecting services from North Dulwich, East Dulwich, Peckham Rye and Queen's Road
Peckham are below:
This is a message from the Thameslink Programme.
Changes at London Bridge station from Saturday 25 May 2013
Several changes are taking place at London Bridge station
If you use London Bridge station you will know the redevelopment work is now under way. Here is some latest news from Southern Rail who operate several services through our stations to London Bridge.
News from Southern Rail February 2013
Network Rail is transforming London Bridge station, which will mean more room for passengers and a huge increase in services on the Thameslink route. The station will boast the largest concourse in the UK, with entrances on Tooley Street and St Thomas Street. By reconfiguring the track, there
A summary of the works, timeline and outcome of the redevelopment of London Bridge station is here. A major impact on services from SRUG stations is that there will be no services from London Bridge to Waterloo East and Charing Cross in 2015 to 2017.Read more
The first images of the new station, designed by Grimshaw, were published last month but now some of the implications of the development are becoming known. The creation of a new ground-level concourse will have a major impact on the surrounding area, including the demolition of the South Eastern Railway building on Tooley Street Read more in SE1 News ...
London Bridge station will be rebuilt between 2012 and 2019. This is a major redevelopment in our part of London which will have a big effect on the area around London Bridge affecting rail users, bus users, local Bermondsey residents and anyone travelling through or visiting that area. Next week there is a Network Rail exhibition at the station with rail people there to answer questions.Read more