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Winter timetable from 15 December 2019
Most current train times remain unchanged, but passengers are asked to check online journey planners as some services may provide additional journey options.
Summary of changes:
Connection of existing Saturday Horsham to London Bridge and Peterborough to King’s Cross services
The existing two per hour in both direction Thameslink services between Horsham and London Bridge and Peterborough and King’s Cross will connect via St Pancras International, Farringdon, City Thameslink and London Blackfriars, adopting the service pattern used Monday-Friday.
This change will introduce a new direct Gatwick Airport service on Saturdays for the first time for Peterborough, Huntingdon, St Neots, Sandy, Biggleswade and Arlesey, and will provide an additional two direct services per hour through London to Gatwick for Hitchin, Stevenage and Finsbury Park, increasing the frequency of cross-London services for these three stations from one to three trains per hour.
From the perspective of the central London stations of St Pancras International through to London Blackfriars, the change will mean that the number of trains increases from eleven to thirteen per hour in each direction, further strengthening a popular Saturday metro service.
For stations to the south of London Bridge, the change will mean additional direct services to St Pancras International and beyond for East Croydon, Redhill, Horley and Gatwick Airport, and it will mean new direct services to the centre of London, St Pancras International and beyond for Coulsdon South, Merstham, Crawley, Ifield, Littlehaven and Horsham for the first time.
Changes to Thameslink and Greater Anglia services between Cambridge and Cambridge North
From Sunday 15th December, Greater Anglia (GA) will introduce new services to Cambridge and Cambridge North:
- New hourly direct services between Stansted Airport and Norwich via Cambridge and Cambridge North, seven days a week (except Monday to Friday peak hours, when a change at Cambridge/Ely will be necessary)
- New direct services between Cambridge North and London Liverpool Street via Cambridge, seven days a week (as most GA London services are extended to/from Cambridge North)
- New hourly direct services between Cambridge and Ipswich on Sundays (providing an hourly frequency seven days a week)
These services will be supported by Greater Anglia’s introduction of brand-new trains.
To enable Greater Anglia’s trains to pass through Cambridge, the hourly Thameslink service between London King’s Cross and Cambridge North will terminate at Cambridge from Monday 16 December. Please check online journey planners as train times will change and some services may provide new journey options.
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