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messageTravelling on local trains - are they busy out of rush hour?
Posted by Minitoots August 15, 11:24AM

We’ve been avoiding public transport due to
shielding but wondered what it's like travelling on local trains out of rush hour into London Bridge from ED & From Denmark Hill to Clapham - are they busy or can you still avoid getting too close to people?
How about the stopping train from Denmark hill & Peckham Rye down to Sevenoaks? How about at weekends?
Thanks for any updates.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was august 15, 11:26am by Minitoots.

messageRe: Travelling on local trains - are they busy out of rush hour?
Posted by mancity68 August 15, 04:58PM

Just come back from Blackfriars to Peckham, 445 on Sat. Very quiet indeed. Roughly 80% wearing masks but carriages so empty was easy to stay distant.
Been up to London Bridge and back on Saturday mornings and again, super quiet.
Haven't been on the ginger line at all but just from seeing it go past, looks fairly quiet.

messageRe: Travelling on local trains - are they busy out of rush hour?
Posted by JL Dulwich August 16, 04:19PM

I've travelled during the week and weekends at various times (ED / PR to London Bridge, ED to Streatham and further on that line and PR to Blackfriars and Kings Cross) and found the trains blissfully quiet. Rarely more than a handful of people per carriage - they're likely to be emptier towards the back of the train.

messageRe: Travelling on local trains - are they busy out of rush hour?
Posted by Studio-S.E.2.2. September 11, 04:15PM

Is it still the same re: trains? Buses seem to be busier with many people wearing masks on their chins...


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