Oxford Banbury Train
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Oxford Banbury stations
Oxford Train Station
Oxford railway station, operated by First Great Western, serves the Oxfordshire city of Oxford. Renowned for its historic university, the city's railway station is approximately half a mile to the west of the city centre and lies on the line between London Paddington and Hereford via Worcester Shrub Hill. It is also the starting point for local trains to London Paddington, Reading, Worcester and Bicester Town. The station has a staffed ticket office although passengers should note that it is not open in the late evening. Passengers are able to collect tickets purchased in advance (for example, on the internet) from one of the automatic ticket machines located in the station. Facilities at the station include ATM's, pay phones, public wifi, cafes, shops, toilets and baby changing facilities.passenger services calling at the station are operated by Chiltern Railways, CrossCountry and First Great Western. Between them passenger services operate towards destinations which include London Paddington, Manchester Piccadilly, Bournemouth, Newcastle Central, Birmingham New Street, Reading, London Marylebone, Bedford and Milton Keynes Central.Parking is available at the station for 530 vehicles and is open 24 hours a day.
Banbury Train Station
The Oxfordshire railway station of Banbury offers passengers services towards London Marylebone, Birmingham Snow Hill, Birmingham New Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, Kidderminster, Oxford and Reading. The station is operated by Chiltern Railways and is located on the Chiltern Main Line which runs from London to Birmingham. The current railway station is on the site of the Great Western Railway line that opened in 1850. The first station's roof survived until 1953, 5 years before the station was rebuilt in 1958.The station is laid out with two bay platforms providing train operating companies four numbered platforms to run their services from. Platform 1 is for services to Oxford, Reading and London Paddington. Platform 2 is for services towards Leamington Spa, Birmingham New Street, Manchester and beyond to Scotland. Platform 3 is for services to London via Bicester, Oxford, Reading and the south coast. Platform 4 is for services to and from London operated by Chiltern Railways. Passenger facilities at the station include toilets, a cafe and a news agent. There is not an ATM machine located at this station. Parking is available at the station for approximately 800 vehicles and is open 24 hours a day.