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Boxing Day train service confirmed for Chiltern

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Published by the Mix96 News Team at 8:56am 11th October 2017.

If you want to get a train on Boxing Day in Buckinghamshire, you're in luck!

Chiltern Railways have confirmed they are bringing back their Mainline service on the day.

  • Service will run from Oxford Parkway to London via Bicester Village offering shoppers, football fans and tourists travel on a day when rail stations are traditionally closed.
  • Trains will run from approximately 8am-8pm and will call at Oxford Parkway, Bicester Village, Haddenham and Thame Parkway, Princes Risborough, High Wycombe, Beaconsfield, Gerrards Cross and London Marylebone.

By offering services on a day that train companies are traditionally closed, Chiltern is allowing Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire residents to access the capital and Londoners to take in a day's shopping via Bicester Village station.

The first northbound train will depart from London Marylebone to Oxford Parkway via Bicester Village Station at 08.00 with the last train departing London Marylebone at 20:15 terminating at Princes Risborough at 20:55.

Southbound, the first train will run from Princes Risborough to London at 08.08 and the last will run from Oxford Parkway via Bicester Village Station to London Marylebone at 20.26.

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