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30 Jan 2019

Southeastern to run a Winter Weather Timetable on Friday 1 February

Southeastern to run a Winter Weather Timetable on Friday 1 February: winter platform-3

Bad weather means Southeastern will need change the times of some trains, and some Peak services will be busier.

Southeastern will run a Winter Weather Timetable on Friday 1 February, as bad weather is forecast. 

Train times will be different and Peak services will be busier, so please travel earlier or later to avoid the busiest trains.

Snow is expected to start falling from Thursday evening, so travel earlier if you can to avoid the winter weather.

A spokeswoman for Southeastern said:

“When the mercury plummets, even the lightest dusting of snow or rain can freeze and insulate the electric rail. This cuts power to our trains and stops them moving with any speed. By running the Winter Weather Timetable, we enable trains to stop and start less which means they are less likely to get stuck.”

Passengers can view the timetables that will run on the Southeastern website.

Contact information

Southeastern Press Office

0330 095 9091

press.office@southeasternrailway.co.uk

Notes to editors

Check before you travel:

Our Winter Weather Timetables will show in the  journey planner 24 hours in advance of the timetable change. But you can view the timetables that will run now here.

Twitter:

Head over to Twitter to see updates about this timetable change using #SEwinter

Compensation:

You may be entitled to compensation if you experience a delay during the Winter Weather Timetable.

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