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Southend Victoria Station (Southend)

Southend Victoria Station is one of three railway stations serving the seaside and business town of Southend in Essex.

The other stations, Southend Central Station and Southend East Station, are on the other line from London.

Southend Victoria was built by W. N. Ashbee in 1889.

It is situated in the town centre, close to Victoria Circus and beside the Central Museum.

Trains from London leave on this line from Liverpool Street Station, and Southend Victoria is the terminus.

The route goes through Brentwood, Billericay, Wickford, Rayleigh, Hockley, Rochford and Prittlewell.

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