About Brentwood Railway Station
Brentwood Railway Station is the main train station serving the town and borough of Brentwood, Essex. It was opened during Britain's great railway boom in the mid-19th century by the East Counties Railway, and is currently managed by TfL Rail.
Though in recent years, Essex has been known mainly for its reality TV, there's much more to this county to discover. History buffs will be delighted by the number of sites relating to Roman Britain and Victorian county estates, and people of all tastes will find something to delight in its spas, shopping centres, and picturesque towns. Whatever you're looking to get out of a UK break, you're sure to find it in Essex.
Stimulate the senses at The Mercury Theatre
The Mercury Theatre is one of Essex's foremost arts centres, hosting an eclectic range of original productions under the �made in Colchester� programme, as well as a variety of touring shows. Visitors to Essex are sure to find something to suit their tastes, from popular musical spectacles to intriguing, subversive dramas.
Planning a trip to Brentwood Railway Station? Travelodge Brentwood East Horndon Hotel is a 10-minute drive away, and Travelodge London Romford Hotel can be reached in 20.