Today sees the opening of a brand new Southeastern railway station at Strood.
On Friday 1 December Southeastern celebrated Ashford International’s 175th birthday with a ceremony to mark the station’s rich history.
Imagine driving a train with more than 1,000 passengers on board, all relying on you to carry them safely home to their families. You need to know that the train will stop where you want it to, when you want it to, whatever the weather.
Southeastern employees have raised over £7000 this year for the charities picked by them
Southeastern’s Customer Service Ambassadors pilot programme has won the prestigious Customer Service Excellence Award at the National Rail Awards.
Southeastern passengers will soon benefit from 68 extra carriages which will be added to trains on the busiest services from mid-September.
Southeastern celebrated Headcorn station’s 175th birthday with Helen Whately, MP Faversham and Mid Kent.
Southeastern is urging its passengers to check before they travel on routes affected by the world athletics championships starting this weekend.
Passengers travelling on Southeastern trains over the August Bank Holiday and the following four days should plan their travel in advance as none of its services will be running to Charing Cross, Waterloo East or London Bridge. These services – which will be running to an amended timetable - will be diverted to alternative London stations including Victoria, Blackfriars, Cannon Street and Waterloo while Network Rail complete further engineering work at London Bridge, as part of the Thameslink Programme.