Manningtree Station

Manningtree train station is on the Great Eastern Main Line, and serves the small town of Manningtree in Essex. it's a very pleasant riverside town, situated where the Stour begins to widen into Holbrook Bay.

The high street, a 10-minute walk from the station, is packed with shops, bars, pubs and restaurants, and features some fine Georgian buildings. The station lies just west of town, and was originally built in 1846, to designs by the major railway architect W. N. Ashbee. It was subsequently rebuilt in 1899, and has stood untouched since then. Today it offers regular passenger services to London Liverpool Street, Norwich, Harwich Town and Ipswich, with the trip to the capital taking about an hour and a quarter.

This is the place to stop at for lovely walks or cycling across the Dedham Vale.

Manningtree Station
Station Approach, off A137
CO11 2LH

View on Greater Anglia

  • Wheelchair Access
  • Ticket Machines
  • Seated area available
  • Station buffet 
  • Toilets on platform 2
  • Telephones available
  • Wi-fi
  • Post box
  • Shops

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