Due to a lineside fire in the Waterloo area train services are subject to delay, alteration or cancellation.
'Do not travel' advice has been issued by South Western Railway as numerous services have been cancelled or severely delayed.
**UPDATE** Major disruption in and out of Waterloo, we currently advise that you DO NOT TRAVEL at this time on our services.
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