Lowestoft stationLowestoft station is the easternmost railway station in Britain; it is located within the town centre, and just across the street is the pedestrianised shopping district. Lowestoft station is served by trains on the East Suffolk Lines from London and Ipswich, and the Wherry Lines to Norwich. Lowestoft station is staffed seven days a week; during times when the ticket office is open tickets must be purchased before boarding the train.

 

Station Facilities

          • Staffed - The ticket office is open 0630 - 1830 Mon - Sat, and 0730 - 1730 Sun
          • Ticket Machines - self serve, accept cash and most credit and debit cards
          • Help Point
          • Real Time information screen - both platforms
          • Timetable information board
          • Bicycle stalls - Multiple (secure cycle park and also 6 stands) 
          • Car Park - Pay & Display - 77 spaces (3 spaces for disabled parking)
          • Bus Connections - 61/99/146 to Pakefield and Kessingland, X2/X22/103 to Carlton Colville, 1/1A/X1/61 to Hopton and Gorleston (connections to Great Yarmouth)
          • Station-to-Station Walks - The Easterling

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The following information will take you to the Greater Anglia webpage