SOUTHEASTERN will be running its regular timetable tomorrow (January 21) but it will be cancelling some early morning services.

It says this is so it can use the carriages to run longer trains, making them less likely to fail.

A list of these cancelled services has been published on its website and can be viewed by clicking here.

The train company is advising passengers to check how their train services are running before leaving home – and consider if they need to make their journey.

If they do need to travel, passengers should allow additional time, and expect some services to be disrupted.

Network Rail’s snow and ice treatment trains and ‘ghost’ (empty) trains will be used overnight to endeavour to keep the rails clear for commuters needing to travel on Monday morning.

Additional Southeastern staff have been helping to clear snow from platforms and stairs at stations.