Greenwich Line

Greenwich Line

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The Greenwich Line is a short railway line in South London that follows the route of the London and Greenwich Railway, which was the first railway line in London.

The line follows the main South Eastern Main Line from London Bridge, past the Spa Road Junction to where it separates. The line has stops at Deptford, Greenwich, Maze Hill and Westcombe Park, before it connects with the North Kent Line at Charlton.

The line was electrified with the other SECR local routes to Dartford on 6th June 1926 by Southern Railway.

Passenger services on the line are operated by Southeastern using Class 376, 465 & 466 trains.

Service patterns

The current service pattern () is as follows:

Off-peak & Saturday:

Sunday:

During peak hours, additional services run to & from London Charing Cross to stations as far as Gillingham on the North Kent Line.

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