Brampton Station
Brampton Station

Brampton railway station is a request-stop situated on Station Road approximately 2 miles west of the village. Brampton is the smallest and most rural station on the East Suffolk Lines, and is surrounded by unspoilt countryside. In addition to the Station-to-Station Walks, there is a circular walk from Brampton station via Shadingfield, all of which are detailed in the free East Suffolk Line Walks booklet.

Station Facilities

  • Unstaffed – buy tickets on the train
  • Help Point – at the platform entrance
  • Real Time information screen – at the platform entrance
  • Timetable information board – on approach to platform
  • Bicycle Parking – 2 spaces
  • Car Park – 5 spaces
  • Bus Connections – 524 to angford, Stoven, Brampton village, Shadingfield, Westhall, Spexhall, Redisham and Ringsfield Corner. Connecting Communities – Demand Responsive Transport, book ahead on 01986 896896
  • Station-to-Station Walks – Wolfpack to Halesworth station and Adrian Bell Country walk to Beccles station.

Request-stop station: If you are boarding at Brampton you’re asked to hold out your hand whilst waiting in front of the station shelter; this will notify that driver who will stop the train. If you are alighting at Brampton please notify the conductor whilst you are on the train. If there are no passengers for Brampton the train will proceed through the station at slow speed.

The government expects and recommends people wear face coverings in crowded areas such as public transport.