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Extra late night trains to Aylesbury this New Year's Eve

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Published by Charlotte Fisher at 11:34am 31st December 2018. (Updated at 11:39am 31st December 2018)

There are extra late night trains from London to Aylesbury this New Year's Eve.

Chiltern Railways is running more services, so customers can see in the New Year in London without having to leave the celebrations early.

The company has added four late night trains after midnight from London Marylebone to Aylesbury at:

  • 01.40*
  • 02.00
  • 02.40*
  • 03.00
Extra late trains back to Aylesbury this NYE
The trains will be leaving Marylebone to a number of stations

There are also three extra services to Haddenham and Thame Parkway leaving London Marylebone at:

  • 00.30
  • 01.30
  • 02.30. 

Eleni Jordan, Commercial Director at Chiltern Railways said: 

“It’s fantastic that once again we’ve worked with Network Rail so that we can run additional after midnight services for our customers. 

"This will make it easier for people to come to London and enjoy the festivities.

“To avoid queuing, we recommend that you purchase your tickets before you travel using the Chiltern app or website.”

Extra late trains back to Aylesbury this NYE
Chiltern Railways are asking you to check the train times carefully

You can check your train times here

*These are services via the Amersham line.  The other services are via Princes Risborough.   

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