Hatfield Peverel railway station
|Local authority||Braintree, Essex|
|Managed by||Greater Anglia|
|Number of platforms||2|
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The original station was opened in late 1844 but was destroyed by fire in early 1849. The station was later re-built on the current site and opened in March 1878 and was known as "Hatfield Peveril" until 1880. There was a private station just to the west of the station for Boreham House between 1843 and 1877.
The 1897 plan of the station shows 2 goods sidings on the upside at the London end and a further siding at the country end also on the up side.
The goods traffic was ended on 27 June 1960.
The following services currently call at Hatfield Peverel:
|Greater Anglia||London Liverpool Street - Stratford - Shenfield - Chelmsford - Hatfield Peverel - Witham - Kelvedon - Marks Tey - Colchester - Manningtree - Ipswich||Class 321, Class 360||1x per hour|
|Preceding station||National Rail||Following station|
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