Strike action by ASLEF union is due to take place on the Southeastern railway network on Saturday (November 26).
There will be no Southeastern services running on this date. A normal timetable will run on Sunday 27 November.
Further strike action has also been announced by rail union RMT for December 13-14. 16-17 and January 3-4, 6-7.
There will also be an overtime ban across the railways from 18 December until 2 January.
The RMT says Network Rail has failed to make an improved offer on jobs, pay and conditions for members during the last two weeks of talks.
RMT general secretary Mick Lynch said: “This latest round of strikes will show how important our members are to the running of this country and will send a clear message that we want a good deal on job security, pay and conditions for our people.”
He added: “In the meantime, our message to the public is we are sorry to inconvenience you, but we urge you to direct your anger and frustration at the government and railway employers during this latest phase of action.”