Headcorn train station is the northern terminus of the Kent and East Sussex Railway serving the village of Headcorn. The station and all trains are operated by southerneastern.
It’s a 5-minute walk to High Street’s shops and restaurants and 11 minutes’ walk from St Peter & St Paul Church - or you can catch bus number 12.
Trains are schedule for departure twice an hour to London Charing Cross, Folkestone Central, and Ramsgate via Canterbury West.
Headcorn is a station in Kent operated by Southeastern. This station has ticket machines and ticket-on-departure is available. Thankfully, there are toilets. There's a newsagent. The platforms aren't step free accessible, so if you'd like assistance please call the helpline 0345 322 7021 or Textphone 0800 783 4548. The station is staffed part time. There is a car park with 456 spaces available at this station. There are 28 spaces to lock up your bike as well. If you're looking for information about onward travel, there's a downloadable PDF available here. There is a staffed ticket office and it is open at the following times - Monday - Friday: 06:00 - 19:20, Saturday: 07:10 - 13:50, Sunday: 08:10 - 16:30.
Headcorn station, Station Road, Headcorn, Kent, TN27 9SD
Customer Information Systems
Departure Screens, Announcements, Arrival Screens
On way in to access trains
Monday - Friday: 06:00 - 19:20
Saturday: 07:10 - 13:50
Sunday: 08:10 - 16:30
staff may not always be available during staffing times