Attleborough station has step free
access to each platform from the B1077 Station Road, covered cycle parking and
a free car park. You can pay for your journey on the train.
On Mondays to Saturdays 17 trains run direct from Attleborough to Cambridge at up to hourly intervals, the last train home leaves Cambridge after 2245. On Sundays 12 trains run from Attleborough to Cambridge, the last train home leaves Cambridge after 2145. Most trains travel between Attleborough and Cambridge in about an hour. All trains stop at Thetford, Brandon, Ely and Cambridge North.
On Mondays to Saturdays 20 trains run from Attleborough to Norwich at up to hourly intervals, the last train home leaves Norwich after 2230. On Sundays up to 16 trains run from Attleborough to Norwich, the last train home leaves Norwich after 2200. Most trains travel between Attleborough and Norwich in under 25 minutes. All trains to Norwich stop at Wymondham.
On Mondays to Saturdays, as well as
regular connections, 3 trains run direct from Attleborough to Peterborough,
Grantham and Nottingham, 2 of which go forward to Chesterfield, Sheffield,
Stockport, Manchester, Warrington and Liverpool. A direct evening train home leaves
Manchester after 1830, Nottingham after 2030 and Peterborough after 2130. On
Sundays, 2 trains home leave Manchester after 1630, Nottingham after 1830 and
Peterborough after 1930.
With just one change of train from Attleborough you can reach all these destinations and more:
Baldock, Birmingham, Bishops Stortford, Brighton, Broxbourne, Chesterfield, Colchester, Cromer, East Croydon, Gatwick Airport, Grantham, Great Yarmouth, Harlow, Hitchin, Hoveton and Wroxham, Ipswich, Kings Lynn, Liverpool, Leicester, Letchworth, London, Lowestoft, Manchester, March, Nottingham, North Walsham, Oakham, Peterborough, Royston, Sheffield, Sheringham, Stockport, Stamford, Stansted Airport, Stevenage and Warrington.
For train times and fares, please visit www.nationalrail.co.uk
Please check before you travel, especially at weekends.