Welcome to Ely Station

Ely railway station is the final station on the Hereward Line, serving the Cathedral city of Ely, Cambridgeshire.

The Isle of Ely was the stronghold held for a time for Hereward the Wake against William the Conqueror.

Station Information

The station is a major interchange for east-west rail services for local and long distance travel as well as access to the entire East Anglia rail network.

The station is managed by Greater Anglia and consists of 3 platforms accessed by an underground pedestrian ramp. Facilities include accessible toilets, a cafe/coffee shop, food outlets, vending machines and waiting rooms on each platform.

Disabled access
Parking available
Public toilets
Food & drink available

We encourage and support Adopters

Station adopters are people that act as the eyes and ears for the train operating company, usually at unstaffed stations. Adopters agree a simple programme of works every year. This includes making sure the station is clean and tidy, checking that information is up to date and managing areas that have become overgrown.

Greater Anglia is a member of our Hereward Community Rail Partnership and is keen to encourage and support adopters at their stations.

If you are interested in volunteering at Ely railway station please contact Greater Anglia.

Latest news

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22 Sep 2020

Public consultation opens for Ely rail capacity

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22 Sep 2020

Restoration of CrossCountry stops at Manea and Whittlesea

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21 Sep 2020

www.gov.uk – “Rail franchising reaches the terminus as a new railway takes shape”

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11 Sep 2020

Manea and Whittlesea Station CrossCountry service

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