For a relaxing day out by the seaside, you can’t get better than Shoeburyness. East Beach is just moments from the Shoeburyness station and is a must visit, whether you’d like to try your hand at water sports yourself, or watch from the shore with an ice cream. The sandy shores bring people to Shoeburyness, but the relaxed pace of life makes them stay.
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Shoeburyness Station ticket office is open Monday to Friday: 06:15- 22:00 Monday to Friday, Saturday: 08:15:17:40 and Sunday: 07:15-18:40 Self-service ticket machines are available to purchase tickets and collect pre-paid tickets. Oyster ticket machines are not available.
Assistance and Access
Shoeburyness Station is committed to making sure we meet all our traveller’s needs. Step free access is available from street level to all platforms. Impaired mobility set down is available. National key toilets are located on Platform 2. If you require assistance for your journey please call us 24hr a day on 03457 444422 at least four hours before you travel.
44 cycle storage spaces are available and are located adjacent to the station building.
Shoeburyness goes at a slower and more relaxed pace than its more party-loving neighbour Southend. Its sandy and shingle beaches are the perfect place for a family picnic or be inspired by Shoebury Common, as artist J.W Turner was. However, Shoeburyness’s calm exterior hides a love of adventure. Kitesurfing is a popular pastime, as is windsurfing; if you want to give it a go, seek out Richy’s Kitesurfing School.
Drinks and Dining
Uncle Tom’s Cabin is the place to go for tea and refreshments while taking a walk on the common. The Shoeburyness Hotel Bistro is becoming famous for its Sunday roasts and Parson’s Barn is a reasonable priced pub with great views overlooking the sea and an excellent patio.
The main shopping area is in Southend, just a short distance from Shoeburyness, where two shopping centres - The Royal and Victoria - have all the high street favourites. A bait and tackle shop is on Ness Road and kitesurfing equipment can be purchased at the Wetsuit Outlet on Chapel Road.
The Old Garrison has a number of theme nights and entertainment such as champagne Fridays, quiz nights and live entertainment. Take a short train ride from Shoeburyness to Southend to carry on the evening and paint the town red at a number of clubs and bars.
Live Departure Board
The departure board will be refreshed automatically every 2 minutes
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Platform 2 & 3
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Platform 2 & 3
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Step free access is available from street level to all platforms
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Outside main entrance
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High Street, Bus Stop A
Outside station entrance
Information to plan your onward journey is available in a printable format here
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