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✅ We are pleased to confirm that our trains are now running normally following a tree blocking the railway between Ascot and Bracknell and there should be no further delays to your journey
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⏱️ At this time, we estimate that disruption to our services will end at 18:00. We will let you know if this changes or when we have more information.
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👷 We are pleased to inform you that all lines have now reopened following a tree blocking the railway between Ascot and Bracknell. We will update you when we have more information.
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⚠️ We've received reports of a tree blocking the railway between Ascot and Bracknell. Train services may be disrupted through this area. More information to follow, or visit: southwesternrailway.com/disruption
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🚧 Planned engineering works are taking place on the South Western Railway network this weekend, Saturday 31 July and Sunday 1 August. See more information here �bit.ly/2FJ3VjxSLQ
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✅ We are pleased to confirm that our trains are now running normally following a signalling problem at Eastleigh and there should be no further delays to your journey.
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🚆 Following a signalling problem at Eastleigh all lines have now reopened.
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⏱️ We have now received an update & disruption to our services is now expected until 16:00.
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⏱️ At this time, we estimate that disruption to our services will end at 14:00. Trains from Eastleigh towards Portsmouth have to run at reduced speed and your journey is likely to take longer. We will let you know if this changes or when we have more information.
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⚠️ We’ve been advised that a signalling problem is affecting the railway in the Eastleigh area. Trains may be cancelled, delayed, or revised because of this problem. More information: southwesternrailway.com/disruption
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Our teams are working hard to ensure you can #TravelWithConfidence They're continuing our enhanced cleaning regime, paying particular attention to commonly touched surfaces such as door buttons, grab handles and handrails. bit.ly/2XVVhmT
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👨‍🔧Engineering works are also taking place this Saturday. In addition to alterations due to Covid-related absence the following alterations will also be in place. Check before you travel atbit.ly/2iM5AJsxKV
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ℹ️ The below alterations will be made on Saturday due to Covid related absences. Services may be subject to short-notice change. We’re sorry if this impacts your journey. Make sure you plan your journey at: bit.ly/2iM5AJs
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🚧 Planned engineering works are taking place on the South Western Railway network this weekend, Saturday 31 July and Sunday 1 August. See more information here �bit.ly/2FJ3VjxJMF
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👨‍🔧Engineering works are also taking place this Sunday. In addition to alterations due to Covid-related absence the following alterations will also be in place. Check before you travel atbit.ly/2iM5AJsxcJ
ℹ️ Services on Sunday will also be altered due to Covid related absences. Please find a summary of the changes below, services may be subject to short-notice change. We’re sorry if this impacts your journey. Make sure you plan your journey at: bit.ly/2iM5AJs
👨‍🔧Engineering works are also taking place this Saturday. In addition to alterations due to Covid-related absence the following alterations will also be in place. Check before you travel atbit.ly/2iM5AJsxKV
ℹ️ The below alterations will be made on Saturday due to Covid related absences. Services may be subject to short-notice change. We’re sorry if this impacts your journey. Make sure you plan your journey at: bit.ly/2iM5AJs
We're sorry but due to high levels of Covid-related absences, we will be making changes to some services this weekend. Services may also be affected by engineering works or be subject to short-notice change. More info to help you plan ahead below or at bit.ly/3falgAC
🚧 Planned engineering works are taking place on the South Western Railway network this weekend, Saturday 31 July and Sunday 1 August. See more information here �bit.ly/2FJ3VjxJfk
Following a road vehicle striking a bridge between Gillingham and Templecombe, the line has now reopened.
⏱️ We have now received an update that disruption to our services is now expected until 16:00. As the investigations are ongoing this may change but we will update you if it does.
⏱️ At this time, we estimate that disruption to our services will end at 14:00. Your journey is likely to take longer and you may need to use a replacement bus to complete your journey. We will let you know if this changes or when we have more information.
⚠️ We've received reports of a road vehicle striking a bridge between Gillingham, Dorset and Templecombe and all lines are blocked. Trains may be cancelled or delayed. More information: bit.ly/3f9DCBM
On weekends in August, September and October we will carry out improvements in the #Twickenham area 👷 @SW_Helpp trains for#Barness,#Felthamm,#Hounsloww,#Richmondd and#Teddingtonn will be affected 🚉 For more information please visit our website networkrail.co.uk/running-the-ra…0a5
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Have you switched to smart tickets? Buying your ticket online will make you journey through our stations seamless and contact-free. #TravelWithConfidence and find out more at: bit.ly/SWRsmart
🚧 Planned engineering works are taking place on the South Western Railway network this weekend, Saturday 31 July and Sunday 1 August. See more information here �bit.ly/2FJ3VjxSPE
✅ We are pleased to confirm that our trains are now running normally following a trespass on the railway between Branksome and Bournemouth.
🚆 Following a trespass on the railway between Branksome and Bournemouth all lines have now reopened.
⏱️ At this time, we estimate that disruption to our services will end at 19:30. We will let you know if this changes or when we have more information.
⚠️ We've received reports of a trespass on the railway between Bournemouth and Branksome. Train services may be disrupted through this area. More information to follow, or visit: southwesternrailway.com/disruption
🚧 Planned engineering works are taking place on the South Western Railway network this weekend, Saturday 31 July and Sunday 1 August. See more information here �bit.ly/2FJ3VjxSAR
✅ We are pleased to confirm that our trains are now running normally following a level crossing between Egham and Staines and there should be no further delays to your journey.
✅ We are pleased to confirm that our trains are now running normally following signalling problem between Barnes and Putney and there should be no further delays to your journey.
If you use the #ArunValley line via Horsham, you can now access station-by-station travel advice for the nine-day line closure that will be happening this this August: Please plan ahead and check before you travel at: traveladvice.arunvalleyproject.co.uk @SouthernRailUK @nationalrailenq
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Following a signalling problem between Barnes and Putney, all lines have now reopened.
⏱️ At this time, we estimate that disruption to our services will end at 15:00. Trains have to run at reduced speed on all lines and your journey is likely to take longer. We will let you know if this changes or when we have more information.
⚠️ We’ve been advised that there is a problem at a level crossing between Egham and Staines. Trains may be delayed or revised because of this problem. More information: southwesternrailway.com/disruption
⏱️ At this time, we estimate that disruption to our services will end at 15:00. Trains have to run at reduced speed and your journey is likely to take longer. We will let you know if this changes or when we have more information.
⚠️ We’ve been advised that a signalling problem is affecting the railway between Barnes and Putney. Trains may be cancelled, delayed or revised because of this problem. More information: southwesternrailway.com/disruption
Today, we publish our 1st Social Value Report, assessing our impact on society, the environment & economy. We're proud to be the 1st TOC to publish such a report - it'll serve as a benchmark from which we'll build. Thx to colleagues & partners for their hard work. @RSSB_rail
✅ Our trains are now running normally following a signalling problem between Haslemere and Petersfield and there should be no further delays to your journey.
Following an earlier signalling problem between Haslemere and Petersfield all lines are now open. Trains are returning to normal but some services may still be delayed. ⏱️ We estimate that disruption to our services will end at 10:30. We will let you know if this changes.
At our larger stations we're providing hand sanitiser for you to use. Make sure you sanitise your hands before and after you travel. #TravelWithConfidence bit.ly/2XVVhmT
⏱️ At this time, we estimate that disruption to our services will end at midday. Trains have to run at reduced speed on the line towards Portsmouth and your journey is likely to take longer. We will let you know if this changes or when we have more information.
⚠️ We’ve been advised that a signalling problem is affecting the railway between Haslemere and Petersfield. Trains may be delayed by up to 10 minutes because of this problem. More information: southwesternrailway.com/disruption
Following flooding between Alton and Aldershot all lines have now reopened. Trains may still be cancelled or delayed. ⏱️ We estimate that disruption to our services will end at 15:00. We will let you know if this changes or when we have more information.
⚠️ We've received reports of flooding between Alton and Aldershot and all lines are blocked. Trains may be cancelled, delayed or changed. More information: bit.ly/2EP15D5
⏱️ At this time, we estimate that disruption to our services will end at 15:00. Your journey is likely to take longer. We will let you know if this changes or when we have more information.
Since May we've been replacing platform two at #UpperHalliford on the @SW_Help line to #Shepperton 🚉 We're making good progress as you can see here. We'll soon be installing the new concrete surface 👷 We appreciate your patience while we complete this important work uH6
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