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Encyclopedia > West Horndon railway station

West Horndon station is British railway station located in West Horndon, a village near Brentwood, Essex.


It lies directly on the boundary between the boroughs of Brentwood and Thurrock, with the railway line forming a continuation of the boundary.


The station was opened in 1888 by the London Tilbury & Southend Railway.


Train services are operated by c2c. Off-peak service consists of two services every hour in each direction between Fenchurch Street railway station in London and Shoeburyness via Basildon.


West Horndon is between Upminster station and Laindon railway station.


External link

  • West Horndon station timetable (http://www.livedepartureboards.co.uk/ldb/summary.aspx?T=WHR) from National Rail's Live Departure Boards
Preceding station National Rail Lines Following station
Upminster   c2c   Laindon


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