A railway line linking the East Sussex coast, Kent and London will now not reopen fully on Monday, after disruption following several landslips.
Network Rail had expected the line between Hastings and London to be fully open on Monday, although running a reduced timetable.
But Southeastern is advising customers that it is NOT able to run a full train service tomorrow as Network Rail continue repairs.
A shuttle train service will run between
Hastings and Battle
and between Robertsbridge and London.
A bus replacement service will operate between Battle and Robertsbridge.
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