No trains between Edenbridge and Tonbridge for at least two weeks after landslip damages railway line

There will be no trains between Edenbridge and Tonbridge for the next two weeks at least, after a landslip damaged part of the railway line, Southern Railway has said.
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Trains which usually run between Redhill and Tonbridge will be revised to stop or start at Edengate and disruption is expected until at least April 14, a spokesperson said.

As of today (April 1), these trains will call at the following stations:

  • Redhill
  • Nutfield
  • Godstone
  • Edenbridge
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For those needing to go further, buses will complete the rest of the usual route in both directions, calling at:

  • Edenbridge
  • Penshurst
  • Leigh
  • Tonbridge

Things are set to change as of tomorrow (April 2), however, when there will be no trains running between Redhill and Edenbridge in either direction. Instead, replacement buses will serve the entire route, calling at:

Redhill

  • Nutfield (Memorial Hall)
  • Godstone
  • Edenbridge
  • Penshurst
  • Leigh
  • Tonbridge

Customers travelling to and from Nutfield Station will need to use a separate minibus service. A Southern Railway spokesperson elaborated in a statement released earlier today: “If you're travelling from Tonbridge or Leigh and you need Nutfield station, please either travel to Nutfield (Memorial Hall) on the full-size buses, or travel to Redhill and change there for the minibus service to Nutfield Station. If you're travelling from Nutfield towards Leigh or Tonbridge, please either use the bus stops at Nutfield (Memorial Hall), or use the minibus service from the station to Redhill, changing there for the full-size buses towards Leigh and Tonbridge.”

Fore more information, visit https://www.southernrailway.com/.

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