BRITAIN’S train operators have released plans for how their services will be altered during this week’s rail strikes.

Rail workers are walking out on Tuesday 21, Thursday 23 and Saturday 25, but there will also be disruption on Wednesday 22, Friday 24 and Sunday 26.

Here is a breakdown of which the train operator’s plans that will affect Sussex passengers:

  • Gatwick Express

There will be no service on strike days.

Passengers travelling to Gatwick Airport from London can use Southern or Thameslink trains.

A Sunday service on Gatwick Express will run on the days after the strikes, with late starts and early finishes.

  • Southeastern

Most stations and routes will be closed on strike days, and a “severely reduced service” will operate elsewhere.

There will be no services to or from London Victoria or Charing Cross.

The vast majority of its network in Kent and East Sussex will be closed, apart from the high-speed route to Ashford International.

  • Southern

Much of the network will be shut down on strike days.

Services will run on the Brighton Mainline to London Bridge and London Victoria, with additional trains from Tattenham Corner, Epsom Downs, Sutton and West Croydon, via Crystal Palace.

An amended Sunday service will operate after each strike day.

  • Thameslink

There will be far fewer trains than normal on strike days.

Services will be split north and south, with nothing running between London St Pancras and London Bridge.

An amended Sunday service will operate after each strike day.