Southeastern a major beneficiary

The Thameslink Programme is set to benefit all users of London Bridge station

Southeastern commuters have long been used to a stop-start approach to the capital as trains crawl from one signal to another on the tracks leading into London Bridge, as they bide time waiting for a platform. That is set to become a thing of the past under the Thameslink Programme: the cat’s cradle of tracks outside London Bridge has been unbundled, with Charing Cross-bound trains diving under the Thameslink tracks at Bermondsey and heading for two dedicated platforms in the centre of London Bridge. Cannon Street services have three dedicated platforms on the north side of the formation.


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