Trains delayed between Dartford and London Bridge after flooding in Lee

Trains delayed between Dartford and Charing Cross after flooding in Lee

Trains delayed between Dartford and Charing Cross after flooding in Lee

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Flooding in Lee is causing delays on trains between Dartford and central London this afternoon (July 10).

Southeastern says passengers can expect delays of up to 30 minutes on trains between Dartford and London Bridge via Sidcup with disruption expected until 2pm.

The flooding is believed to have been caused by heavy water in the Sidcup area.

To check if your journey is affected, visit National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner or follow the incident on Twitter using hashtag #Sidcup.

A Southeastern spokesman said: "Following flooding earlier at Lee London-bound lines have now reopened.

"Train services between Dartford and London Bridge via Sidcup may be delayed at short notice." 

Please send any pics of the flooding to strotter@london.newsquest.co.uk

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3:46pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Voulvoir says...

Sidcup flooded with heavy water - that'as radioactive isn't it?
Sidcup flooded with heavy water - that'as radioactive isn't it? Voulvoir
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