Gillingham (Kent) Railway Station

Facilities

Gillingham (Kent) railway station is a large station on the Gravesend and Swanley - Margate Line in Medway. It is managed by Southeastern.

Address

Gillingham station
Railway Street
Gillingham
Kent
ME7 1XE

Tickets

Ticket Office
Yes

Main entrance in the booking hall

Monday To Friday: 06:10 - 20:00
Saturday: 06:10 - 20:00
Sunday: 07:00 - 19:00
Pre-purchase Collection
Yes
Ticket Machine
Yes
Oyster Pre-Pay
No
Oyster Topup
No
Oyster Validator
No
Smartcards Issued
Yes
Smartcard Validator
Yes
Penalty Fares
Yes

Applicable Operators: Southeastern

Smartcard Topup
Yes
Smartcard Notes
Yes

 Seasons, Single and Return tickets are now available digitally on The Key.  To find out more or apply online, go to www.southeasternrailway.co.uk/tickets/the-key or get a smartcard from all staffed Southeastern ticket offices.

Facilities

First Class Lounge
No
Seated Area
Yes
Waiting Room
No
Trolleys
No
Station Buffet
Yes

Coffee shop, confectionary machines on platform 1/2 & 3

Toilets
Yes

Platform 1/2 & 3- Available during staffing hours

Baby Change Facilities
Yes

Platforms 1/2 & 3- Available during staffing hours

Showers Available
No
Public Telephones
Yes

Cards and Coins

WiFi
No
Web Kiosk
No
Post Box
No
Tourist Information Office
No
Cash Machine
Yes

Located outside main entrance

Bureau De Change
No
Retail Outlets
Yes

newspapers

CCTV
Yes
Customer Information Service
Yes

Departure Screens

Announcements

Arrival Screens

Customer Service
Yes

This station has Secure station accreditation - For more information contact 0345 322 7021

Left Luggage
Yes

Website: https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/

Lost Property
Yes

Phone: 0345 322 7021

Website: https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/

Accessibility

Help Line
Yes

0345 322 7021 or Text relay 18001 0345 322 7021 Freephone 0800 783 4524 or Text Relay 18001 0800 783 4524

Website: https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/

Assistance navigating through the station and getting on and off trains (by ramp if required) is available all the time trains are running. You can book assistance up to 12 hours before your journey or up to 10pm the day before - whichever is the shorter time. You can also travel without booking, just make yourself known to staff as far in advance as possible of the train you would like to get - we recommend at least 20 minutes.  The meeting point for assisted travel is the gateline in the booking hall, or if unstaffed,  the ticket office or you can use the help point.

Passenger Help Points
Yes

On platform

Staff Assistance Available
No

Assistance/Help available from station staff from First to Last trains.

Induction Loop
Yes
Accessible Ticket Machines
Yes

Booking hall

Accessible Ticket Counter
Yes

Counters can be raised or lowered to suit all customers

Train Access Ramp
Yes
NKS (RADAR) Toilets
Yes

Platforms 1/2 & 3 - Available during staffing hours

Step Free Access
Yes

Whole station

This station has step free access to all platforms - Step free access to all platforms and interchange via lifts. Step free access direct to Platform 3 via side entrance off Railway Street.  Stepped access from main entrance via station footbridge.

Ticket Gates
Yes
Impaired Mobility Set Down
No
Wheelchairs Available
Yes

Transport Connections

Printable local connections map (Open in new tab)

Cycle Storage
Yes

Spaces: 50

Sheltered: yes

You may leave your cycle in the rack provided however you do so at your own risk.

Storage Type: Stands

Car Park
Yes

From 1st June - new off peak evening rate (after 18:00) - £1.50

Phone: 03301 235 247

Website: https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/

Name: Station Car Park

Operator: Saba Park Solutions UK Limited

Spaces: 152

Taxi Rank
Yes

side of station,Railway Street

Bus Services
Yes
Metro Link
No
Airport Link
No
Rail Replacement Services
Yes

Side entrance to platform 3, on Railway Street. 

Cycle Hire
No
Port Link
No
Car Hire
No

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