There are ticket barriers at the front entrance to the platform, restricting platform access to ticket-holders only.
London Thames Gateway Development Corporation."The London Plan: East London Sub Regional Development Framework" (PDF).Rainham: Economic history and local government, A History of the County of Essex: Volume.Governance edit The clocktower is a World War I memorial and forms a focus of the town The town forms part of the Dagenham and Rainham constituency, and is covered by the Havering ward of Rainham and Wennington.Retrieved External links edit.
"2011 Census Ward Population Estimates".
Rainham developed into a suburb of London after World War.
Contents, location edit, the station is located on Ferry Lane, close to the junction with Wennington Road.
At the same time a community developed around a pub on the river and operated as a resort for day-trippers.2 Within Havering, it is identified as one of seven town centres in the borough, 22 with a retail area extending along Upminster Road South and Broadway.Economy edit The northern part of Rainham is identified in the London Plan as a local district centre with 20,000 square metres (220,000 sq ft) of commercial floorspace.A b c datingsites werden d Neighbourhood Statistics (2001).21 The population.35 White,.81 Asian,.25 Black and.32 Chinese or other.Transport for London (March 2009).National key toilets are available on platform.29 The London Loop key walking route passes through Rainham, and it forms the end point of section 23 from Upminster Bridge and the starting point of section 24 to Purfleet.Urban Practitioners Allies and Morrison (July 2005).12.04 report having no religion, compared.18 in Havering,.76 in London and.59 in England.