Huge delays on Southeastern

Due to a fire in a Network Rail signal box at London Bridge, passengers are currently able to travel on all Southeastern High Speed services. This is affected commuters travelling to Kent and Sussex.

Compensation for delayed Southeastern commuters

We know it was a difficult journey home for our passengers last night and we're sorry. Our staff worked as quickly as possible to get services back up and running once Network Rail resolved the signal failure. We encourage anyone whose journey was delayed by more than 30 minutes to contact Southeastern Customer Services or submit a ‘Delay Repay’ claim online.

– Alison Nolan, a spokesperson for Southeastern

National Rail apologise for disruption

National Rail have told ITV News Meridian that currently there is no estimated time as to when the disruption will end.

A small fire has damaged equipment which operates signalling in the London Bridge area. No trains are currently running through London Bridge, Cannon Street, Charing Cross or Waterloo East. Engineers are on site assessing the extent of the damage and will carry out repairs as soon as possible. Passengers should travel from St Pancras, Farringdon, City Thameslink, Blackfriars, Elephant and Castle or Victoria for services to Kent and Sussex. Tickets are valid on London Underground, London buses and other train operators.

– A spokesman for Network Rail

We apologise for the disruption and advise passengers to check National Rail Enquiries for the latest information.

– A spokesman for Network Rail

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Reports of 'chaos' at London Bridge after signal failure

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Train chaos in Central London. London Bridge shut. No trains going out of Charing Cross, hence this Great Migration http://t.co/CrjfkkzR8S

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london bridge is (metaphorically) falling down. Avoid if you can this eve - all trains cancelled #londonbridge

Latest information after signal fire

Owing to signalling problems at London Bridge all lines are blocked.

Latest advice to Southeastern commuters.

Hayes Line Services- Suspended

Bexleyheath Line Services- Suspended

Gillingham to London Services will terminate and start back from Dartford

An hourly shuttle service will run between Dartford and Sidcup

An hourly shuttle service will run between Dartford and Plumstead Mainline Services via Ashford will be diverted to and from London Victoria

Hastings services will Terminate and start back from Orpington

Tunbridge Wells services will Terminate and start back from Tonbridge

Sevenoaks to London Charing Cross/ Cannon Street services are suspended.

All Southeastern passengers are currently able to travel on All Southeastern High Speed services.

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Massive delays on Southeastern trains

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Southeastern passengers may use London Buses, Docklands Light Railway, London Underground and Tramlink services #LondonBridge

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NEW: Due to Network Rail signalling problems, train services in & out of London Bridge may be cancelled or delayed. http://t.co/aQWNWHAvpK