Ingatestone railway station is a railway station serving the village of Ingatestone in Essex, England. The station and all trains serving it are operated by Greater Anglia.
The first station was opened by the Eastern Counties Railway at Ingatestone in 1843 sited just below Stock Lane. Following protests by the then Lord Petre, a permanent station on the present site was opened in 1844 and certainly given the present main station building, in Tudor style with diaper brickwork, in 1846. The up-side buildings (now not largely in railway use) were provided by the Great Eastern Railway in 1885 to a domestic revival design by W.N. Ashbee.
Ingatestone Railway Station and the area around it form one of the first conservation areas to be designated in Essex. The railway station is a Grade II listed building.
During the changes to the Overhead Wires on the Great Eastern Mainline between Shenfield and Chelmsford in 2012. Ingatestone Station has seen the changed of the Live 25kv Overhead Wires and Network Rail are replacing the overhead wires which has been erected and live for 60 odd years and now the newest Live Overhead Wires has been re-erected from 3 standard overhead wires (Contact, Earth & Return Wires) to just 2 overhead wires (Contact & Return Wires) which has been erected during the 2012 summer.
Train Services 
The following services currently call at Ingatestone:
- ^ Paar, Harry and Gray, Adrian (1991). The Life and Times of the Great Eastern Railway 1839-1922. Welwyn Garden City: Castlemead. ISBN 0-948555-26-2.
- ^ Quick, M.E. (2005). Railway Passenger Stations in England and Wales: a chronology. Richmond, Surrey: Railway & Canal Historical Society.
- ^ Kay, Peter (2006). Essex Railway Heritage. Wivenhoe: Peter Kay. ISBN 978-1-899890-40-8.
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Coordinates: 51°40′01.03″N 0°23′02.33″E / 51.6669528°N 0.3839806°E