Halesworth Station
Halesworth Station

The railway station at Halesworth is located just a few minutes walk from the town centre. The station houses a museum and Halesworth Area Community Transport (HACT). Halesworth’s main street, the Thoroughfare, is pedestrianised, contains many shops, restaurants, pubs, and a library. An outdoor market is held every Wednesday featuring clothing, plants, cards and wrapping paper, fruit and vegetables and fresh fish.

Station Facilities

  • Unstaffed – buy tickets from the ticket machine or on the train
  • Ticket Machine – both platforms – accepts most credit and debit cards or buy online and collect at the machine
  • Help Point – station forecourt and on the Ipswich bound platform
  • Real Time information screens – both platforms
  • Timetable information board – both plaforms
  • Bicycle Parking  – 9 spaces and 10 lockers
  • Car Park – Pay and Display – 15 spaces
  • Bus Connections – From the Ipswich-bound platform: 521 to Bramfield. From Norwich Road: X41 to Bungay and 99A Southwold (limited 99A service to Bungay)
  • Station Walks – Yox-Blyth Valleys to Darsham station, the Wolfpack to Brampton station, and Halesworth to Soutwold

The Halesworth and District Museum is located inside the station. Admission is free, donations are welcome. The museum has fine local history, photograph, archaeology and geology collections, and a working model of the station’s movable platforms. The full-sized platforms, at the northern end of the station and cosmetically restored by the Railway Heritage Trust, are unique in that they are the only ones in their original position.