Commuters in South East London are bracing themselves for travel disruption as major changes to Southeastern services begin today.
Southeastern's Charing Cross trains are no longer calling at London Bridge until August 2016 as the next stage of the station's £6.5bn Government-sponsored Thameslink Programme gets underway.
Passengers who need London Bridge will have to catch a Cannon Street service or interchange enroute.
Charing Cross services to and from New Cross, St Johns, Deptford, Greenwich, Maze Hill and Westcombe Park will be permanently diverted to and from Cannon Street.
There will also be fewer peak trains - two fewer trains in the morning and four fewer trains in the evening peak.
The line will be served by longer trains to boost capacity in peak hours.
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