Southeastern announce rail changes in advance of storm Eunice

Southeastern have announced service changes in advance of storm Eunice arriving on Friday.

A blanket 50 mph speed limit will be in force and peak hour trains between Medway and London Cannon Street will be cancelled.

At this stage computer models are predicting that the storm could see the strongest winds for over 20 years for parts of the country including London.

It’s extremely likely that additional cancellations will occur on the day and lines will be blocked.

On the roads, the Dartford crossing bridge will likely be closed.

The Met Office currently have an amber warning in force. As the track of the the storm become clearer tomorrow that is likely to rose to a red warning. If so, all travel is to be avoided where necessary.

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