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Southeastern railways is warning passengers that strike action is set to take place in Kent and across the network on Wednesday 31 May, Friday 2 June and Saturday 3 June.

Wednesday 31 May and Saturday 3 June

Due to ASLEF strike action, there’ll be no Southeastern, Southern or Thameslink train services running and no replacement buses.

Online journey planners are up to date for both 31 May and 3 June.

Friday 2 June

RMT strike action means Southeastern will only be able to run a limited service, and some routes will be closed. Check before you travel.

Timetables are available here and online journey planners are up to date.

Southeastern Railways say that if strike action is cancelled at short notice, they may not be able to switch back to the normal timetable immediately.

Ticketing and refunds

For ticketing and refund information, please visit the strike action webpage.

When trains are running, you travelled, and were delayed by 15 minutes or more, you are entitled to Delay Repay compensation.

More information

You can find full information and keep up to date on Southeastern strike action webpagefollow on Twitter, or you can sign up to receive service updates

By Ed

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