London Bridge disruption : Travel advice

Armed police outside London Bridge station Credit: PA

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London Bridge station remains closed following the terror attack in London last night.

Seven people died and almost fifty were hurt near London Bridge station. Three suspects were shot dead by police.

Services were cancelled soon after the incident. Many would have been making their way to the station after nights out in London.

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The station is a major London gateway for more than 50,000 passengers a day from Surrey, Sussex and Kent.

Today the station remains closed.

Southern services where possible will be diverted to Victoria.

Southeastern services will run through the station and not stop but will operate to Charing Cross, Blackfriars and Cannon Street.

Services that start at London Bridge will start from South Bermondsey.

It is not clear when London Bridge will reopen.

Southeastern Customer Advice:

Because of the events near London Bridge station there may be some short formations to trains on Sunday 4 June due to stock displacement, but Southeastern are expecting to run an as near to normal service as possible across the network. Trains will call at Waterloo East, London Charing Cross and London Cannon Street.

Southeastern statement

Southern Customer Advice:

Train services may have fewer coaches than usual and short notice alterations may take place as trains will not be in their normal positions in time to start their journey.

Southern Rail statement