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WARNING: These London train stations will be CLOSED for the next two weekends

PUBLISHED: 14:55 17 March 2017 | UPDATED: 14:55 17 March 2017

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Passengers on board Southeastern services are set for a weekend of disruption as four train stations close this weekend.

Charing Cross, Waterloo East, Cannon Street & London Bridge will all be closed as part of the ongoing rebuild of London Bridge for the Thameslink Programme.

All four stations will be closed again next weekend, on March 25 and 26.

Ahead of the closure, Southeastern has advised passengers that tickets will be accepted on some London Underground and Overground services, Southern Services and the DLR.

The follow diversions will also be in place across the weekend:

Trains to and from Ramsgate/Dover via Ashford International will be diverted after Orpington via Bromley South to and from London Victoria.

Trains to and from Gillingham will run as booked to Lewisham and then be diverted to and from London Victoria.

Trains to and from Gravesend via Sidcup will be diverted to run to and from London Blackfriars.

Trains to and from Hastings will run to Tonbridge and then be diverted via Red Hill to London Bridge Southern concourse.

Trains that normal start/terminate at Sevenoaks will not run, Trains that normally run Orpington - London Victoria will be extended to Sevenoaks.

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