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Commuters face disruption as London Bridge redevelopment continues

Network Rail's overhaul of London Bridge Station will affect thousands of journeys across London and the south east. Photo: PA

Network Rail's overhaul of London Bridge Station will affect thousands of journeys across London and the south east with passengers warned to expect travel disruption.

Despite the warnings, passengers have been told to expect "tremendous" benefits with more efficient and reliable journeys.

Find out how the renovation work could affect your journey below:

Friday 28 March

  • Southern services will be reduced after the morning peak

Saturday 29 March

  • No Southern services or First Capital Connect will call at London Bridge

Sunday 30 March

  • No southern services or First Capital Connect services will call at London Bridge
  • Southeastern trains to and from London Charing Cross are being diverted to start/terminate at London Cannon Street
  • A shuttle service will run between London Charing Cross and London Cannon Street, calling at Waterloo East as an alternative

Monday 31 March

  • Some minor amendments to Southern services in the early hours

Good Friday 18 April to Easter Monday 21 April 2014

  • First Capital Connect services will not operate to and from London Bridge; services will instead be diverted via an alternative route between Blackfriars and East Croydon.

Saturday 23 August to Sunday 31 August

  • First Capital Connect services will not operate to and from London Bridge ; services will be diverted via an alternative route between Blackfriars and East Croydon
  • Southern services will not be able to stop at London Bridge during this period

London Underground and Overground services and stations will also be significantly busier than usual.

Commuters have been advised to check their train operators - First Capital Connect, Southeastern and Southern - before they travel.