Peckham Rye station

Calling all Train Service users

Thameslink Public Meeting Thursday 17th March at 7pm
Rye Baptist Church Hall at 59a Rye Lane, Peckham SE15 5EX
Next to Clarks, 2mins from Peckham Rye Station

* What are your experiences of this service?
  * Frequency? Reliability? Capacity?

Other Items on the Agenda Include:
  * Ticket Office Closures
  * Ticket Machines
  * Potential New Station to Serve Camberwell
  * Interchanges
  * Disability Access
  * Station Skipping (have you ended up miles from your destination due to this?)

Meeting arranged by Cllr Renata Hamvas

Changes to shelter and facilities on Peckham Rye platforms

Southern Rail have announced that work is about to start at Peckham Rye station to remove the existing shelters on Platforms 1 & 2 to replace them with a different kind. This is to make room for more passengers after the East London Line arrives on 9 December 2012.

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Improvements by Southern to Peckham Rye station platforms

To users of Peckham Rye station
This email is to give you some information about Southern Rail's proposals to improve the passenger waiting facilities on all four station platforms, and to encourage users to send comments to Southern. The draft plans were displayed at the event they held with us in the ticket hall in June. That was a very lively occasion when there were non stop conversations about the platform proposals and also about the work of Peckham Vision and the Peckham Society on the restoration of the historic parts of the station and how that fits with the vision for transforming that part of Peckham town centre.

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Southern Rail issues Peckham Rye station travel plan

email to SRUG mailing list:

Southern Rail have developed an action plan to improve some aspects of travelling to and from some of their stations. Peckham Rye is one of the stations, and the Travel Plan is attached. If you use Peckham Rye station and have any views on this, email SRUG. If anyone is keen to volunteer to monitor how well Southern keep to this plan, please let SRUG know.


SRUG News June 2010

* local rail history event
* Peckham Rye Station
* Save the South London Line
* Future SRUG work


John Harvard Library invites you to an afternoon of slide shows and talk on
British Rail Southern Region during the Blitz
SATURDAY 19th JUNE  time 2pm-4pm
venue is  John Harvard Library, 211 Borough High St, SE1 1JA
further information from : Eugenia Atta, Library Manager , 020 7525 4528

latest news from the Rye Lane & Station Action Group:

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Southern Station Manager report March 2010

To contact the Station Manager through the Station Manager's Corner click here: East Dulwich Web Forum

Report from the Station Manager's Corner March 2010:

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We must not lose our trains

Help us save our vital rail services  - letter from SRUG in Southwark News 18 June 2009

We must not lose our trains - letter from SRUG in South London Press 19 June 2009

Both on the theme that the services to London Bridge and Victoria are vital for the commercial success of Peckham town centre through Peckham Rye station.

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Help us save our vital rail services

Letter published in Southwark News 18 June 2009

One of the wonderful things about living in Peckham is that Peckham Rye station is like a Tube station.  It is one of the most under-utilised assets in marketing Peckham, as a place to live, to ork and to visit.

It has enough direct trains to central London Tube stations to be like a turn up and go station to the central Tube network. Every 5 to 10 minutes a train arrives that can take the user within 9 to 15 minutes to one of 4 central London stations connecting with six different Tube Lines - Victoria, District, Circle, Bakerloo, Jubilee, Northern (both loops).

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Peckham Rye Station update

Southern Rail have in the last few months started some repair and improvement works, and the station has at last been included in the Government's NSIP (National Station Improvement Work) for more substantial improvements. We have managed to make contact with the rail company managers of the programme to try to influence the quality of the work so it enhances its historic architecture rather than ruins it, and to create the beginning of a channel to the decision makers for users' views on what changes are needed for station users.

Peckham Rye station renovation

Reports that Network Rail is funding £1m renovation work on Peckham Rye station:

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