Laindon station is just down the c2c line from Basildon, and is 20 miles from London Fenchurch Street. Close to the station there are many woods, parks and open fields for country walks. Opened in 1888, Laindon Station transports nearly 2 million people a year, with four trains an hour eastbound to the Essex coast and west bound to London.
Laindon Ticket Office is open 05:15-22:00 Monday to Friday and 06:15-21:00 Saturday and Sunday. Self-service ticket machines for purchasing tickets on the day and pre purchased tickets are available. Oyster ticket Machines are not available.
Assistance and access
Step free access is available from street level to all platforms at Laindon Station. Accessible ticket machines and an induction loop are available for the hard of hearing. National key toilets are available on Platform 3. Laindon Station is committed to providing the best service to meet all our clients’ needs. If you require assistance for your journey please call us 24hr a day on 03457 444422 at least four hours before you travel.
Get to the station the eco way and lock up your bike safely with 45 cycle racks available outside the Laindon train station entrance.
Places to go
If you want to discover more about the wildlife that inhabits this area, pay a visit to Langdon Visitor Centre. Children will have a ball running around the woodland looking for butterflies and birds. The Four Seasons and Laindon Hills are affordable pubs only a short walk away from the station. If you are looking for something a little more upmarket then head to Laindon Hills Golf and Country Club. Just down the line from Laindon station lies Basildon, where there are a number of restaurants in the Festival Leisure Park.