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A station on the Great Eastern Main line between Witham and Marks Tey in Essex, the nearest city is Colchester.
Railway type and traffic
A Great Eastern Main Line station with lots of varied passenger and freight services passing through at quite high speed, lots of freight going to and from Felixstowe.
Very quiet village, rural location and quite a safe place to be after dark.
From the A12 and follow signs to Kelvedon, then come off the A12 motorway and follow the signs to Kelvedon Town centre, the station is clearly signposted.Click here to set up your location for directions to this location Kelvedon Station map co-ordinates
There is a large car park that is never full, CCTV cameras operating in the car park.
From London Liverpool street, One Great Eastern trains stop there every 30 minutes. However One
Anglia trains do not stop at Kelvedon.Click here to set up your location for directions to this location
There are toilets on the station. The town centre is no more than a minutes walk away with plenty of shops and takeaways.
There are a few hotels and bed and breakfasts close to the station.
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Kelvedon Station general view map
Kelvedon Station close up map
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The lighting is good most of the time but in the winter, the sun is lower and may affect photos of trains heading towards Colchester and Norwich.
Footbridge provides good views of trains heading in both directions.
General views - All photographs © James Welham unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking south west
Fig 2 - Looking north east
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