The future of the mainline rail service through the borough remains uncertain, just two weeks before the contract with current operators, Govia, expires.
The government issued invitations to tender for the Southeastern line to three rail companies, including Govia, in 2017, but since then no new contract has been agreed.
As things stand, the Department for Transport will be forced to take over operations on the line from Sunday 23 June. However talks with Govia about an extension to their current contract, continue.
A spokesperson from the Department of Transport reassured rail users that contingency plans were in place and whatever happens, trains will continue to run.