Southeastern Railway

Southeastern has been running the train service between London, Kent and parts of East Sussex since 2006. Operating one of the busiest networks in the country, Southeastern are also home to the UK's first domestic high-speed service with their their Javelin trains.

The high-speed service Javelin trains travel up to 140mph from London St Pancras International or Stratford International, to Ebbsfleet International and Ashford International, that go on to call at many stations across Kent, including Canterbury, Margate, Ramsgate, Dover, Whitstable and Folkestone

Working closely with Network Rail, Southeastern operate over 2,000 trains a day, carrying more than 640,000 passengers a day, serving 176 stations and covering 540 miles of railway infrastructure. 

Teaming up with partners across the network, including Folkestone's Creative Foundation, Southeastern support local independent organisations and businesses. With a wealth of activities and experiences to be had across the county, they focus on promoting the hidden gems, inspiring you to discover new places to visit and things to do.