Rail networks still experiencing problems
Rail services are still disrupted following heavy rain and strong winds over the Christmas period.
Southern trains have been the hardest hit with no direct services operating between London Victoria and Gatwick Airport due to a landslip in the Ockley area.
There are no services to West Croydon, and passengers are advised to change at East Croydon for Croydon Tramlink, where Southern tickets will be accepted.
Passengers for Epsom Downs are advised to use 166 bus between Croydon and Epsom Downs where any Southern Rail ticket will also be valid.
Some of the planned Victoria to East Grinstead services (four trains per hour) will be diverted into and out of London Bridge (2 trains per hour).
Passengers for Gatwick Airport using these services can connect to a bus for Gatwick Airport at East Grinstead.
Southern tickets will be accepted on London Underground between London Bridge and Victoria, on London Tramlink between East Croydon and Wimbledon and on South West Trains between Waterloo, Clapham and Wimbledon.
South-West trains have reported 140 fallen trees and flooding at nine separate locations but are running all routes with the exception of the Petersfield to Haslemere route.
On the Tube, no service will run on the district line between Friday, December 27, and Monday, December 30, between Edgware Road / South Kensington and Ealing Broadway / Kensington (Olympia) / Richmond / Wimbledon.
Replacement buses operate will operate as follows:
Service B: Wimbledon - Putney Bridge - Parsons Green - Fulham Broadway - West Brompton - Earl's Court.
Service C: Richmond - Kew Gardens Victoria Gate - Gunnersbury - Chiswick Park (for Piccadilly line) - Turnham Green (for Piccadilly line).
For more information visit either www.southernrailway.com/christmas, http://www.southwesttrains.co.uk/ or http://www.tfl.gov.uk/tfl/livetravelnews/realtime/tube/default.html.