There is a reduced train service operating from London to Weymouth today. 

Network Rail are carrying out repairs following a landslip between Brookwood and Woking, which will affect the Weymouth to London Waterloo service for several days.

On Friday, December 8 there will be one train per hour between London Waterloo and Bournemouth and only one train per hour between Bournemouth and Weymouth.

The disruption follows on from industrial action which has been taking place over the past couple of days.

On Wednesday, December 6, there were no trains running along the line as members of the train driver's union ASLEF were on strike. 

There was also a limited service running running yesterday (Thursday, December 7) as train drivers were told not to work overtime as part of their strike action.

READ: Weymouth to London train service disrupted by strike action

On Monday, December 4 there was also delays and cancellations due to heavy rain and flooding. 

A reduced service will also operate on Saturday, December 9 with just two trains per hour running between London Waterloo and Weymouth.

On Sunday, December 10 there will be no service on the line as engineering works take place.

Passengers are advised to plan and check their journey ahead of time.

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