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The new London Bridge Station is almost complete, following a five year rebuild completed in phases to allow the station to remain open throughout construction.

Since 2 January 2018 passengers are benefitting from a bigger and better station with new platforms for more trains, a new concourse and better connections. The fully completed station will be modern, spacious and fully accessible – fit for the twenty-first century.

The following additional changes are planned for 2018:

Cannon Street trains

Cannon Street trains are now calling again at London Bridge.

Thameslink services

Thameslink services will return to London Bridge in May 2018.

Services to Blackfriars

Services between London Bridge and Blackfriars are expected to be reintroduced in May 2018. Some Thameslink trains are already calling at London Bridge as part of driver testing; however, these services will not be advertised.

Future works

Work at the station will continue in 2018 on the Upper Concourse, Stainer Street and in preparation for more shops and cafes to open.

These works will take place on evenings and at weekends to minimise disruption.

Western Arcade closures

The Western Arcade, which connects the lower concourse to London Bridge Underground station, will be closed between 10pm – 5am on weekdays and all day Saturday and Sunday from 3 February 2018.

During closures London Bridge Underground station can be accessed via Tooley Street or St Thomas Street.

 

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