We run more trains into London in the peak hour than any other national rail operator – our network is one of the busiest and most complex in the UK, and we’re constantly looking at how we can further improve people’s journeys. The bulk of the changes apply to the Sunday service and we’ll be running a couple of additional services including some later trains home in the evenings.
We encourage all our passengers to check for changes to their train times by picking up a new timetable from our stations, from our website or National Rail Enquiries
Disruption on Southeastern between Strood and Tonbridge due to emergency engineering works at Paddock Wood. Medway Valley Line trains will not run between Paddock Wood and Tonbridge until Saturday at the earliest.
This promotion sums up the spirit of the Portas Pilots. Everyone playing their part to bring the buzz back to our town centres. Get on board and find out what all the fuss is about."
– Mary Portas
"Margate is one of Mary Portas' Pilot Towns and Southeastern is pleased to support the initiative. Since we launched the high speed service in 2009, we've seen passenger numbers from London to Margate increase by around 60 percent. We've also seen a boost in numbers following the opening of the Turner Contemporary and the town is very popular in the summer, but we see less passengers travelling in the winter months.
– Charles Horton, Southeastern's Managing Director