Thameslink, Southeastern and Southern most unpopular trains in Britain

Greater Brockley's train providers have scored a 1-2-3 in the public vote for the worst train company in Britain. The Evening Standard reports:

"Three train firms serving London faced passenger fury today after being named as the worst in Britain despite soaring profits.

"Thameslink came bottom, with 73 per cent for passenger satisfaction, followed by Southeastern on 75 per cent and Southern on 78 per cent, according to figures from the National Rail Passenger Survey."

As the article notes, all three services are owned by the same parent company, Govia - but in their defence, they are also all affected by the disruption from the London Bridge redevelopment.

TfL recently revealed plans to take London's overland services under their control, which rail users hope will deliver big improvements in service standards, while a new campaign has been launched to force urgent action over Thameslink's poor service through Crofton Park.

Thanks to Robin for the spot.