Shoeburyness station is right at the end of our main line and takes you straight to the Essex coastline. The journey time is about one hour from London Fenchurch Street, making it easy to escape the city in no time for a day out at the seaside.
Tickets at Shoeburyness station
Shoeburyness Station ticket office is open Monday to Friday: 06:15- 12:15 Monday to Friday, Saturday: 08:30-17:15 and Sunday: 08:45-14:30. Self-service ticket machines are available to purchase tickets and collect pre-paid tickets. Oyster ticket machines are not available.
Assistance and Access at Shoeburyness station
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.
Cycle Racks at Shoeburyness station
48 cycle storage spaces are available and are located adjacent to the station building.
Places to go near Shoeburyness
Shoeburyness goes at a slower and more relaxed pace than bustling 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; both of which are fun to simply watch from the shore with an ice cream. For more information on things to do in Shoeburyness, check out our guide to Shoeburyness.