Swale Station

Station information can be found here 

Swale Station
Sheppey Way
Near Sittingbourne

Live rail departure information can be found here

Swale station is situated at the end of the Kingsferry Bridge,  on the mainland side of the Swale,  the piece of water separating the Isle of Sheppey from the rest of Kent. The area is mainly industrial but is the nearest station to Iwade,  just over a mile away.

It is directly beneath the A249 Sheppey crossing. Shell Beach is accessible on the Sheppey side of the bridge and is a lovely place to explore.

Elmley Nature reserve is also close by which is a haven for wildlife.

Walking and Cycle Routes from Swale Halt

Why not explore the Saxon Shore Way to see fantastic views of the River Swale. There is a 5 mile route starting from Swale Halt and finishing at Sittingbourne Station. Click here to see a video of the route.

Alternatively if you would prefer a longer route, you can always embark on a 10 mile journey from Swale Halt to Newington Station.


To find out more about things to do around Swale Halt or take a look back at it's history then read Swale Halt Present and Past.

For more information about things to do around Swale Station, why not take a look at the Visit Swale or Visit Sheppey websites.