Lincoln Ware never fathomed his hometown would one day dedicate a street to him. But that’s exactly what happened on Friday.
The unusual layout of Ware station with a single bidirectional platform and track on an otherwise double track railway creates the potential for head on collisions. Hence, the Northern & Eastern Railway Act 1844 required that the Down Home signal be kept at Danger and not lowered until the Up train had passed.
Ware Station is on the Hertford East branch line off the West Anglia Main Line, and is managed by Greater Anglia. Its station code is WAR, and it has a single bi-directional platform. The station offers a variety of services to and from London, with the typical Monday-Saturday off peak service offering two trains per hour in each direction to London Liverpool Street via Tottenham Hale and one train per hour in each direction to Hertford East. On peak days, there are three trains every hour towards London, with the typical two services going to Liverpool Street and one to Stratford.
Parking at busy stations like Ware can be a challenge, but with JustPark, it’s easy to pre-book a guaranteed space in advance. Our extensive network of pre-bookable spaces – ranging from council car parks to private driveways – means that you can find the perfect spot for your visit, even before you’ve set foot on the train. Plus, our 24/7 customer support team will ensure your space is waiting for you when you arrive, and you can relax knowing that your trip is fully booked and prepared for you to drive away.
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24 Hour Access
This car park has a convenient location close to Ware Train Station and Bircherley Green Shopping Centre. It offers a safe and secure place to leave your car and is open 24 hours a day. This makes it perfect for those who need to commute to work or are looking for an affordable way to stay in town for shopping and dining.
DWSP controls public access to its water supply lands and waters in the Ware River Watershed through its Public Access Management Plan (PAM). As an unfiltered water supply, MassDEP and EPA require DWSP to manage and limit access to its reservoir lands so that recreational activities do not pose a threat to drinking water quality.
During the 2023 PAM update process, DWSP staff engaged in focused, solution-oriented meetings with user groups to address key access issues in the Ware River Watershed. These collaborative sessions were framed by the watershed management principles that guide public access in the Ware River Watershed (Appendix D) and led to specific, user-group-focused solutions.
Based on the results of stakeholder surveying, DWSP will continue to focus on improving access and communication about access policy. This will include improved signage to better communicate DWSP access policies and to identify recreation activity locations (e.g., trail names). DWSP also will continue to review the current access map and its associated policies.
Ware Station is a small, single-platform and track railway station on the Hertford East branch line from West Anglia Main Line. It was built in 1843 and is operated by Greater Anglia. The compact town centre is under a 10-minute walk away and boasts a traditional mix of high street and independent shops, plus pubs and cafes to suit all tastes. Ware is also home to a pretty riverside walk, the formal gardens at the former Ware Priory and the outdoor swimming pool known as Ware Lido.
Find and book parking near Ware Station and enjoy a stress-free trip to the town centre. With 94 spaces, you’re sure to find the perfect spot no matter the time of day or night. Book in advance with JustPark and you can relax knowing your car is safely parked and within easy reach of the station. No more hunting for a space, worrying about fines and being stuck in the rush hour – just park, ride and go.
Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, there are plenty of affordable living options near Ware Station. From studio apartments to five-star hotels, you’ll find the best prices and the highest quality of service in the area. Some of the most popular local hotels include the Marriott and Hanbury Manor Marriott Hotel & Country Club. There are also many unique local hotels that offer a more private and exclusive experience for guests.
There are several ways to get to Ware Station, including bus, train, and taxi. Rome2Rio, a door-to-door travel information and booking engine, can help you find the best route to Ware Station from Boston. It will show you all the available transport options and estimated fares, helping you make an informed decision about which option is better for your trip.
You can also book your parking space ahead of time with JustPark. Our extensive range of pre-bookable spaces – ranging from council car parks to residential driveways – makes it easy to find the perfect spot. Plus, you can choose to book a space with extra features like CCTV, EV charging, or disabled access – all without the stress of looking for a space on your arrival.