Kennett Train Services
Kennett Station hosts train services to either Cambridge (Change for London Liverpool St. or London Kings Cross) or to Ipswich ( Change for services to Harwich International or Norwich). In addition you can change at Bury St. Edmunds and catch the crossrail services to Manchester and Liverpool via Peterborough and Sheffield.
Kennett station lies immediately to the north of, and tight alongside, the A14 - though its access is from a local road, the B1085. From its overbridge (south of the village), a gravel track leads down to free parking for a dozen vehicles. The old buildings have been demolished, though some of the space may now be in other use. The station is unstaffed, and has probably never been large.
It now accommodates 3-coach multiple-unit trains at each of the staggered platforms. These are linked by a footbridge (temporary at the moment) which crosses the two tracks right by the bridge. A new footbridge is being constructed currently and its due to be completed in August 2014.The Signal box that can be seen in the picture was removed in 2011 and has been relocated at the Colne Valley steam railway. Both platforms have small bus type shelters.
Click the buttons below for access to the latest timetable for trains to/ from Ipswich and Cambridge:
Please see the map below of the Anglia Region rail System