Pitsea railway station

Pitsea Railway Station

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Pitsea station is a railway station located in Pitsea in Basildon, Essex, England.

The station was opened on 1 July 1855 by the London Tilbury and Southend Railway It is 26 miles (41.8 km) distant on the main line from Fenchurch Street. The station was renamed Pitsea for Vange on 18 July 1832, but reverted to the original name Pitsea .

The Station and all Services are operated by c2c.

The Ticket Office Building

The new building was opened in October 2005. Derek Twigg MP (then Rail Minister) attended for the "Ribbon Cutting" in November 2005. The Building houses Customer Toilets including a Disabled Toilet, as well as a Retail Unit.

The Station also has four Automatic Ticket Gates.

The Ticket Office

The Ticket Office is open Monday - Friday 05.15 - 22.00, Saturday and Sunday 06.15 - 22.00. It has two serving positions and uses the Tribute Issuing System. Outside the Ticket Office is a customer operated Self Service Ticket Machine that takes payment by both cash and cards.

Off Peak Service

The typical off-peak service frequency is:

  • 4tph (trains per hour) to Fenchurch Street of which:
    • 2tph call at all stations via Basildon
    • 2tph call at all stations via Ockendon
      • with additional peak hour journeys via Rainham

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