What you need to know about travelling with Southeastern today, as RMT rail workers go on strike leading to service changes and cancellations.

Today, July 29, RMT staff are taking industrial action, affecting a number of rail services operating in London including Southeastern.

Southeastern has advised its customers that it will be running a limited service today, with some lines completely closed and others running a limited timetable.

Today only 58 of the 180 Southeastern stations will be open on the strike day.

Passengers are advised to check before they travel, with some services starting later and finishing earlier and services likely to be busier than normal.

Southeastern are also warning customers that they may not be able to board trains during busy periods, with a queueing service expected to be in place at some of its stations.

Here’s everything you need to know:

For passengers travelling between London Bridge and Dartford, the three lines operating between these stations (Woolwich line, Bexleyheath Line and Sidcup Line) will be running.

However, Woolwich Dockyard station is currently closed.

A service running between London Bridge and Sevenoaks will be in operation, however there will be no services running beyond Sevenoaks.

The Grove Park to Bromley North line will also be running today.

Passengers travelling into London Victoria can travel from Bromley South. However, no trains will be running beyond Bromley South, affecting travel from Bickley, St Mary Cray, Swanley and other Kent stations.

The High Speed service from London St Pancras to Ramsgate via Ashford International will also be running today.

Southeaastern has said that all its other lines will be closed, with no replacement buses running.

Southeastern customers who purchased an Advance, Anytime or Off-Peak ticket for today can use their ticket on any day leading up to and including August 1.

However, tickets that include the London Underground will not be valid for use on the London Underground on an alternative date.

Southeastern customers can claim a full refund for their unused tickets if they decide not to travel, if the intended service is cancelled, delayed or rescheduled after you purchased your ticket.

Customers can request a fee-free change of journey or a cash refund for all tickets except season tickets, if the train was cancelled or delayed or rescheduled from that in the published timetable of the day after a ticket was purchased.