The area around Woodbridge is renowned for economy and tourism and is famous for its boating harbour and tide mill.
Sights and places of interest
Enrich your day out to Woodbridge by visiting or looking out for:
- TIDE MILL
- THE OLD BELL AND STEELYARD INN
- THE SHIRE HALL AND CORN EXCHANGE
- WOODBRIDGE CEMETERY
- Sutton Hoo
- Moated site at The Old Rectory
Planning your journey
Facilities at Woodbridge station
Monday To Friday - 24 Hours
Saturday - 24 Hours
Sunday - 24 Hours
|Staff Help Available||
Station is not staffed, assistance can be provided to get on and off the train, by the conductor onboard. Booking is recommended.
|Impaired Mobility Set Down|
|Ramp For Train Access|
|Step Free Access||
This station has step free access to both platforms HOWEVER, PLEASE NOTE. Independent step free access to both platforms but a stepped footbridge between platforms within the station. Access to the Lowestoft platform is from the carpark and step free access to the Ipswich bound platform is via the level crossing on an unmarked road off Quayside Road (passing the boat sales sheds on the left.) Distance from one platform to the other by road is approximately 200m or 4 minutes walk.
This station is a category B2 station according to ORR station classification system. https://www.orr.gov.uk/media/10955
Assistance meeting point is the platform.
|National Key Toilets|
|Accessible Taxis||Details of nearest taxis are shown on station information poster|
|Accessible Ticket Machines||
Note: ticket machine is card only (not cash)
|Height Adjusted Ticket Office Counter|
|Nearest Stations With More Facilities|