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Eden Park Rail Station - address, train times, maps, news

Station Address
Eden Park Rail Station ,
Eden Park station,
Upper Elmers End Road,
Eden Park
,
Greater London
PostcodeBR3 3DE
Map of

Lines Served

National Rail logo
Southeastern

Which London travel zone is Eden Park Rail Station in?

Eden Park Rail Station is in London TravelZone: 5


Station facilities

Customer Help Points
On platform
Waiting room?
Yes
Waiting room location
Heated waiting area in booking hall only available when staff are present
Toilets?
No
Baby change room
No

Car Park

Car parking spaces
spaces
Accessible spaces
spaces

Cycle Storage

Cycle storage capacity
20 spaces
Cycle storage type
Covered
Cycle storage CCTV
No

Accessibility

Description
Category B3. This station has a degree of step-free access to the platform, which may be in both directions or in one direction only - please check details -Step free access to platform 1 for services to London. There is no step free access to Platform 2.Only step access to platform 2 for services away from London. No step free interchange between platforms.

Eden Park Rail Station photos

Eden Park Rail Station Passage under railway to platforms
Passage under railway to platforms

Eden Park Rail Station Platform 1 looking north
Platform 1 looking north

Eden Park Rail Station Southbound platform away from London
Southbound platform away from London

Eden Park Rail Station Stairs to Platform 1
Stairs to Platform 1

Eden Park Rail Station Stairs to Platform 2
Stairs to Platform 2

Eden Park Rail Station Station entrance
Station entrance

Eden Park Rail Station Step free ramp between Platform 1 and carpark
Step free ramp between Platform 1 and carpark

Eden Park Rail Station Ticket machine and contactless payment point
Ticket machine and contactless payment point

History of Eden Park Rail Station

21st Sep 1925The line was electrified with partial electric services commencing on 21st September 1925 before a full electric service started operation on 28th February 1926.
14th Jun 1913On 14th June 1913, members of the Suffragettes movement planted a bomb in the station's ladies waiting room. The mechanism had stopped working so it failed to detonate.
Circa Jan 1899The signal box was closed in 1899.
29th May 1882The station opened on 29th May 1882 as part of the branch line from the Mid-Kent Railway at Elmers End to Hayes.