Travel update: South West Trains delays to last until lunchtime

08:05 29 January 2013

Commuters travelling on South West Trains services to and from Waterloo face disruption because of over-running engineering works near Surbiton.

There are currently delays of up to 20 minutes between Woking and Wimbledon, while trains towards London are unable to stop at Berrylands.

Passengers who usually go to that station to use services to Waterloo should travel to Surbiton instead.

Hampton Court to London Waterloo services will run between Hampton Court (leaving at 24 and 54 minutes past each hour) and Surbiton (departing at five and 35 minutes past the hour).

In addition, Shepperton to London Waterloo services will run between Shepperton (departing at 10 and 40 minutes past each hour) and Kingston (departing at 10 and 40 minute past each hour).

Passengers travelling to Berrylands should travel to Wimbledon for a train back to Berrylands.

Trains from London Waterloo to Guildford via Cobham & Stoke d’Abernon (departing at three and 33 minutes past each hour) will also call at Raynes Park, New Malden and Berrylands.

South West Trains said the changes will stay in place until around 1pm. Passengers will be able use their tickets on buses and the London Underground network on reasonable routes.

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