LONDON TRAIN SERVICES AND STATIONS

LONDON BRIDGE STATION

London Bridge Station was the original terminal for the London Brighton & South Coast Railway, as well as the South Eastern Railway. London Bridge Station remained as an alternate terminal for the London Brighton & South Coast Railway, after the opening of Victoria Station, with the original line joining the newer line at East Croydon. And the north part of London Bridge Station was converted into a through station, as an intermediate stop for the South Eastern Railway with the opening of Charing Cross Station. These through platforms are numbered 1 through 9, while the stub platforms on the line towards East Croydon are numbered 10 through 15.


LINES

MAIN LINE: London Bridge-East Croydon
4 tracks London Bridge-East Croydon

Inside tracks identified as Fast, outside tracks identified as Slow.

Additional Lines:

Wallington

All lines 2 tracks unless noted. All lines DC electrification.

PORTSMOUTH LINE: London Bridge-Tulse Hill-Sutton-Epsom-Dorking-Horsham
2 tracks London Bridge-Horsham (Epsom-Dorking uses route of South West trains)

Additional Lines:

Epsom Downs (1 track)
St. Helier (via Wimbledon to Sutton)

All lines 2 tracks unless noted. All lines DC electrification.

London Overground

ATLANTIC LINE: Battersea Park/Clapham Jn-Peckham Rye
All lines 2 tracks

All lines DC electrification.


TYPICAL TRACK ASSIGNMENTS

Number Of Platforms/Tracks: 6 (excluding through)
Platforms numbered north to south

Platform 10-15 - Main Line


LINKS

London Bridge Station
Wikipedia link containing further station information and history.


GOOGLE MAPS

Zoomable Google Maps along the various lines, from Victoria Station and London Bridge Station.