Public Transport

 

Trains

 

 

 Wrabness Station is situated on the Manningtree to Harwich branch line.

 

Greater Anglia provide an hourly passenger train service between Harwich and Manningtree, linking with main line London Liverpool Street - Norwich services at Manningtree. 

For current services click on Live Departure Board.

For information about Wrabness Station, timetables, tickets and fares click on Greater Anglia website. 

Buses

103 - Harwich - Manningtree - Colchester

 

 

Monday - Saturday service routed along Main Road, Wrabness. Bus stops adjacent to Rectory Road and Wheatsheaf Lane junctions.

 

For 103 timetable         click here

 

SB62 - Village Bus: Ramsey - Wrabness - Manningtree

 

 

 

Friday morning 'hail and ride' return service to Manningtree town centre routed through the village - Wrabness Road - Rectory Road - Station Road - Church Road - Ash Street - Wheatsheaf Lane. 

 

This service has been axed. Essex County Council has withdrawn the funding for this route  Last journey 8th April 2016.

 

 

 

 

Dial-A-Ride - A Transport Service  Timed to Suit You

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 Dial-A-Ride is a flexible bus service, enabling you to travel to appointments go shopping or simply visit friends. The fare is £4.00 a journey - or free if you hold a valid bus pass. The service operates Monday - Friday 9am-5pm throughout the Harwich area and nearby villages including Wrabness. Seats need to be pre-booked by phoning Harwich Connexions on 01255 552010.

For more information  click here

 

Concessionary Fares

 

- How to apply for Senior Rail Cards and Concessionary Bus Passes: click here


- For information about Rail Cards: click here

 

- For information about Rail Travel Discounts: click here