A reduced service will run on most of our network on Friday 21 June. Some routes will not have a train service or a replacement bus service. You can find the details for each route below.

 PDF: Click here to download a copy of the map

Details on this page may change at short notice as we finalise the timetable. Please check back regularly for the latest information. We have identified some incorrect service information on journey planners, please use the PDF timetables below to plan your journey.

We're working hard to ensure you're still able to travel in areas where we've not been able to arrange a train or replacement bus service. Details of which train and bus operators will be accepting tickets can be found within our FAQs here.

If you are travelling to Hampton Court Palace Music Festival or Royal Ascot, additional services will be running between London Waterloo and Reading and London Waterloo and Hampton Court. Queuing systems will be in place at some stations during these events, so it may take extra time to board your train.  We recommend you check your journey before travelling and leave plenty of time to complete your journey. 

PDF: Click here to download details of services between London Waterloo and Ascot. 

We have arranged some additional services to operate during the morning and evening peak travelling times. More information about these services is below. These services may not appear in Journey Planners.

Additional Peak Services
Alton, Basingstoke and Woking to London Waterloo
Brockenhurst to Lymington Pier
Exeter St Davids, Bristol Temple Meads and Salisbury to London Waterloo
Guildford to Ascot
Portsmouth Harbour to London Waterloo via Guildford
Portsmouth to Southampton and Eastleigh
South West London (Mainline Suburban)
South West London (Richmond, Brentford, Windsor and Reading)
Weymouth, Bournemouth, and Southampton to London Waterloo
Salisbury to Romsey via Southampton Central