|Location||Rainham, Borough of Medway|
|Classification||DfT category C2|
|25 Jan 1858||Opened as Rainham and Newington|
|1 Aug 1862||Renamed Rainham|
Passenger statistics from the Office of Rail and Road
Rainham railway station is on the Chatham Main Line in South East England, serving the town of Rainham, Kent. It is 38 miles 74 chains (62.6 km) down the line from London Victoria and is situated between Gillingham and Newington.
The station and most trains that call are operated by Southeastern. Following a timetable change on Sunday 20 May 2018, some trains are operated by Govia Thameslink. The station has three platforms. Platform 0 is an "up" bay platform, used mainly by Thameslink Services. Platform 1 is an "up" through providing services towards London, and Platform 2 is a "down" through for services towards Ramsgate and Dover Priory.
It is sometimes shown as Rainham (Kent) in order to distinguish it from the station of the same name in East London.
There are accessible entrances without stairs on both platforms, with step-free access via Platform 1 for services towards London (via main station entrance). Step-free access via Platform 2 for services away from London (via side entrance, short ramp from Granary Close). To interchange platforms, people needing accessible access must use the road and steep paths in excess of 250 metres. (There is also a steep staircase overpass over the tracks to interchange platforms.)
Induction loops are available and ticket counters are able to be lowered or raised. There are also accessible ticket machines in the station forecourt. There are fold-away ramps available on platforms for wheelchair train access.
Services at Rainham are operated by Southeastern and Thameslink.
The typical off-peak service in trains per hour is:
Services at Rainham are operated using Class 375, 395, 465, 466 and 700 EMUs.
|Preceding station||Following station|
||Newington or Sittingbourne|