Trains to Billericay

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Billericay is in the Borough of Basildon in Essex. The town lies within the London commuter belt thanks to its location, 28 miles (45 km) east of Central London and 24 miles (39.19 km) from Liverpool Street. The town lies between Shenfield and Wickford. The town is served by the homonymous train station that is located on Radford Way. Billericay town centre as well as the industrial area are located within walking distance from the train station. The town’s High Street offers several shops, restaurants and pubs.

Commuters planning to travel to Essex should book train tickets to Billericay online to avoid queues on departure and save money on the original train fares. Advance train tickets can be collected from ticket vending machines available at the departure station simply entering the reservation code and debit or credit card used to process the payment. Billericay train station ticket office is opened to the public on weekdays from 6:00am to 8:15pm and on Sundays from 7.10am until 8:40pm. The following facilities are available to travellers, that include toilets and waiting rooms on both platforms 1 and 2, a shop and cafe situated on platform 1. Trains directed to Liverpool Street depart from Platform 1, whereas trains for Southend Victoria depart from platform 2. The two platforms can be accessed using either lifts or a step-free access. Passengers requiring accessibility assistance are advised to book it prior travelling or to contact a designated member of staff available at the train station during ticket office opening hours. Outside the train station travellers can benefit from a large car park, a bus stop and a taxi rank. The train station is connected
by frequent bus services departing from the station forecourt.  Wi-Fi, CCTV and ATMs are available at this station.

All the train services connecting Billericay are operated by the Abellio Greater Anglia and by the Great Eastern Mainline. The first offers railway services that connect Billericay to Liverpool Street station and to Southend. While, The Great Eastern Mainline connects Billericay to Southend Victoria and London's Liverpool Street. The route was first opened in 1889 contributing to the development of the settlement into the buzzing commuting town that is today. Frequent train services connect Southend Victoria to London Liverpool Street, running along the Shenfield to Southend Line that is connected to the Great Eastern Main line. On an average weekday, there are 72 trains per day travelling from Billericay to London Liverpool Street. The train journey from Billericay to London Liverpool street is approximately 32minutes long, but it may take longer on Sundays and holidays. The first train departing from Billericay directed to London Liverpool Street departs at 04:27, while the last train departs at 11:32pm. Typical off-peak service consists in three trains per hour.

Nature lovers should not miss the opportunity to visit this town and its numerous attractions that include Mill Meadows Nature Reserve, situated nearby Billericay centre is one of the finest ancient meadow systems in Essex housing rare wild flowers, fungi, insects and invertebrates. Hanningfield Reservoir offering 870-acre of land hosting diverse flora and fauna, seasonal fly fishing, trails and paths. There is a café and toilets available to visitors. Norsey Wood offers 67.2 hectares of ancient oak woodland where bluebell, bracken and bramble dominate, there are also rare water violets growing in the four ponds. The site is home to nine species of dragonfly and it is ten-minute walk from the train station. Toilets, trails, an information centre, and a car park are available to visitors. Book advance train tickets to Billericay to benefit from early bird discounts and spend a fun day out with the entire family discovering Norsey Wood.