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Snow and ice causes Southeastern station closures

by Fred Latty

Snow and ice causes Southeastern station closures

There are 50 stations affected by this week’s weather conditions

Southeastern has announced the closure of 50 stations today, implementing an emergency timetable following the snow and ice that has swept the nation this week.

Citing ‘a more reliable service for our passengers’, the rail provider has set up alternative routes and times for journeys throughout the region.

A total of five stations on the Hastings line have been affected, namely Crowhurst, Knockholt, Frant, Stonegate and West St Leonards, while a further 12 have been closed on the Paddock Wood line, including Chartham, Marden and Sandwich.

On the Grove Park line, meanwhile, which covers Sevenoaks, Bromley North, Sundridge Park and Knockholt will not be open.

See below for the full list of station closures, and visit www.southeasternrailway.co.uk for more information:

Adisham
Albany Park
Aylesford
Aylesham
Barming
Bekesbourne
Bromley North
Canterbury East
Charing
Chartham
Chestfield & Swalecliffe
Chilham
Crowhurst
Cuxton
Deal
Dumpton Park
East Farleigh
East Malling
Farningham Road
Frant
Halling
Harrietsham
Higham
Hollingbourne
Kearsney
Kemsing
Kemsley
Knockholt
Maidstone Barracks
Maidstone West
Marden
Martin Mill
Minster
New Hythe
Newington
Pluckley
Queenborough
Sandling
Sandwich
Selling
Sheerness-on-Sea
Shepherds Well
Snodland
Snowdown
Sole Street
Stonegate
Sturry
Sundridge Park
Swale
Teynham