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Witham Railway Station, Witham

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Witham railway station is on the Great Eastern Main Line (GEML) in the East of England, serving the town of Witham, Essex. It is about half a mile (1 km) to the north of the town centre and is 38 miles 48 chains (62.1 km) down the line from London Liverpool Street. On the GEML Witham is situated between Hatfield Peverel to the west and Kelvedon to the east. It is also the southern terminus of the Braintree Branch Line, where the branch joins the main line. Its three-letter station code is WTM.

The station was opened in 1843 by the Eastern Counties Railway. It is currently operated by Greater Anglia, who also operate all trains serving it, as part of the East Anglia franchise.
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  • I’ve used the station loads my self but now the time come where my children use it more I collect my daughter daily from here it’s a very well kept station clean and tidy and loads of faculties...  more »
  • Has been my local station for over 20 years and have used it at varying times for both work and leisure. All staff are brilliant, helpful and friendly and facilities are good. Station is well run and....  more »

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