Bekesbourne (BKS)

Managed by Southeastern 

 
Bekesbourne station
Station Road
Bekesbourne
Kent
CT4 5EP
 

Station facilities

  • Station seating facilities

  • Trolleys

  • Refreshments

  • ATM machine

  • Toilets

  • Pay phone

  • Internet

  • Post box

  • Tourist information office

  • Shops

 
 

Bekesbourne

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Station Message: Alert!

On weekdays, the busiest times at this station are generally between 06:30 and 07:30 and 14:30 and 15:30. 

Getting to and from the station

 
Car Park
Station Car Park
Operator
Southeastern
Phone number
0345 322 7021
Opening hours
Monday - Friday 24 Hours a Day
Saturday 24 Hours a Day
Sunday 24 Hours a Day
Number of spaces
20  with 1 accessible spaces available
Parking is free for disabled customers displaying a valid Blue Badge in any car parking space 
Free of charge
No
Daily rate
£3.50
Off peak rate
£3.00
Saturday rate
£1.50
Sunday rate
£3.00
Weekly rate
£14.60
Monthly rate
£58.90
3 Monthly rate
£174.20
6 Monthly rate
£348.40
Annual rate
£696.90
CCTV Coverage
Yes
Onward travel information

Information to plan your onward journey is available in a printable format here

Accessible taxis

Accessible taxis are available to book

Impaired mobility set down / pick up points available
Yes

Ticket buying and collection

 
Ticket Office
No
Ticket machines
Yes
Accessible ticket machines
There are accessible ticket machines at this station
Accessible ticket machines note
platform 1
Collection of pre-purchased tickets
Yes, from ticket machine
Smartcards
Smartcards issued
No
Smartcards top-up
Yes, at self-service ticket machine
Smartcards validators
No

 Seasons, Single and Return tickets are now available digitally on The Key.  To find out more or apply online, go to www.southeasternrailway.co.uk/tickets/the-key or get a smartcard from all staffed Southeastern ticket offices.

Penalty fares
Penalty fares apply for Southeastern 

Staffing and general services

 
Information available from staff
Yes - from help point 
Information services - opening times
Monday - Friday 24 Hours a Day
Saturday - Sunday 24 Hours a Day

Train running Information and advice on how to get assistance available through the Help Point.

 
Passenger Information Systems
Departure screens, Announcements
Customer help points
Yes
On platform
Lost Property
Yes
Southeastern Customer Services
0345 322 7021
Customer Services
0345 322 7021
Ticket gates
No
CCTV
Yes
Location for Rail Replacement Services

Towards Dover: Bus stop outside the Village Hall on Station Road.

Towards Canterbury: Bus Stop opposite the Village Hall on School Lane.

Facilities

 
ATM Machine
No
Toilets
No
Waiting Rooms
No

Accessibility and mobility access

 
Helpline Contact
0345 322 7021 or Text relay 18001 0345 322 7021 Freephone 0800 783 4524 or Text Relay 18001 0800 783 4524
Assisted travel
This is an unstaffed station. Ramp for train access and staff to assist, are on the trains and they can only help getting on and off trains . You can now book assistance up to 2 hours before your journey. If you need assistance whether booked or unbooked please ensure you make yourselves visible on the platform so the on train staff can see you. There are also Help points on the platform where you can get in touch with our assisted travel team.There are staff on all the trains that call at this station that can assist with getting on and off trains only. If no staff at the station ensure you position yourself on the platform so the on train staff can see you.Where staff are not available at the station to assist, or you need assistance beyond just getting on or off the train, we now have a mobile Assistance Team who can be deployed to stations which otherwise have no staff to assist. This can be arranged in advance by booking through Customer Services or by using the Help Point on the station (although inevitably there will be a delay if not booked in advance) - alternatively a taxi can be arranged, at no additional cost, to convey you to the nearest station where you can be assisted further.
Helpline opening hours

*Helpline closed on Christmas Day

Staff help available
No
Ramp for train access
Yes
Step free access coverage
No
Step free access note
Category B2. 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 from the car park. Step free access to Platform 2 for services towards Dover from long side path off Station Road. Step access via footbridge between platforms. Unstaffed station. Ramp for train access and staff to assist, are on the trains.
Wheelchairs available
No
Nearest station with more facilities CRS Code
Canterbury East

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