Wimbledon Train Derailment Leads To Rush Hour Chaos

South Western and District line services severely affected


Severe disruption on public transport is occurring this morning (6 November) after the derailment of a train at Wimbledon station.

The South Western Railway train suffered a low-speed partial derailment at Wimbledon station, near the platforms used by London Underground District Line services. This has blocked both the local train line into Wimbledon and District line services between Wimbledon and Earls Court.

One person was reportedly injured in the incident which occurred at 6.30am and nine fire engines attended.

Disruption is currently expected to continue until the end of the day.

This incident is also affected empty trains leaving Wimbledon Park Depot, which form peak-time services towards London Waterloo.

To reduce the delays to trains, some services may have to be altered or revised at short notice. Some services may also be diverted via an alternative route

Tickets will be accepted the following routes;
- Southern Railway Metro (Local) Services via any reasonable route
- GTR Thameslink services between Wimbledon and London
- TFL London Buses between Surbiton and London via any reasonable route including Kingston.
- District Line passengers can use their tickets on South Western Railway services via any reasonable route.

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November 6, 2017