Please read the below and share this information with people you know who may be affected. It has been reported on the Deptford Dame website today (http://deptforddame.blogspot.co.uk/) that train services to Greenwich and Woolwich are about to get a whole lot worse (if that's possible). The following was reported in the Deptford Dame and obviously these changes will also apply to passengers travelling to Greenwich, Charlton, Woolwich and everywhere in between: "If proposals go ahead as planned, after next year it will no longer be possible to get a train from Deptford to Waterloo East or Charing Cross stations. After 2014 trains from Deptford will ONLY serve Cannon Street station - worse than that, for THREE YEARS you won't even be able to change at London Bridge! So now you are probably thinking - what the hell, I'll walk to New Cross station and go from there, might add another five minutes but it'll be so much easier. This won't be an option either - New Cross will be similarly affected! As Greenwich Line Users' Group convener Mike Sparham explains in the article, this massive loss in amenity is down to proposed improvements to the Thameslink services at London Bridge. All well and good for those using Thameslink, but it will leave Greenwich-line users severely restricted in terms of travel options. It will also increase travel costs - whereas currently you can get into central London for the cost of a Southeastern train ticket to Charing Cross, in future those travelling to the West End for work or leisure will be dumped in Cannon Street and face the additional cost of a tube or bus ride to get to the centre of town. Contact details for the user group are on Mike's post; whether or not a campaign can have any effect at this stage of the game is uncertain, but I'll try and keep you updated."