Rainham (Essex) Station
The small suburb of Rainham in Essex is steeped in history with industrial links that go back to the 1700s. To find out more about the town’s industrial past visit Rainham Hall, a superb example of a Queen Anne house that is looked after by the National Trust.
Ticket Machines for purchasing tickets on the day and pre purchased tickets are available. Oyster ticket Machines are available for both pre-paid and top up functions.
Assistance and access
Step free access is available. If travelling towards London, please use the level crossing. You will need to show a valid ticket for travel in order for the gate to be opened onto the platform. Accessible ticket machines and an induction loop are available. Impaired mobility set down is available outside the station entrance. National key toilets are available on platform 2.
42 cycle racks are available outside the station entrance.
Places to go
If you want an exciting day out with the family, head to Stubbers Adventure Centre where you can learn to climb, kayak and wakeboard. A short bus ride away is Lakeside Shopping Centre which has all of the high street favourites. And the RSPB Rainham Marshes offers great walks and bird spotting.