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Lots of changes on Chiltern Railways this weekend

Train services in Buckinghamshire are affected by engineering works.

Published by Dan Gooding at 8:00am 11th January 2020. 3-minute read.

Lots of changes on Chiltern Railways this weekend

No trains are running in and out of London Marylebone today and tomorrow - so there's a big impact on trains in Buckinghamshire.

Chiltern are running services, but with a lot of changes to the timetable and some rail replacement buses.

The line between London Marylebone and Wembley Stadium/Harrow-on-the-Hill is closed all day due to engineering works.

This work forms part of Britain's Railway Upgrade Plan and includes Network Rail track improvement to increase the reliability of the rail network.

A heavily amended timetable will be in operation and journey times will be considerably longer than usual and passengers may have to change trains to reach their destination.

Chiltern Railways train services will operate as follows (in both directions):

  • 1 per hour Oxford - Banbury - stations to Birmingham Moor Street.
  • 1 per hour High Wycombe - stations to Birmingham Moor Street.
  • 1 per hour Oxford - stations to West Ealing via Bicester Village and High Wycombe. Connecting trains to/from London PADDINGTON at West Ealing.
  • 1 per hour Aylesbury - stations to West Ealing via High Wycombe. Connecting trains to/from London PADDINGTON at West Ealing.
  • 1 per hour Oxford - stations to West Ruislip via Bicester Village and High Wycombe.
  • Periodic service Leamington Spa - stations to Stratford Upon Avon.
  • 1 per hour Amersham - stations to Aylesbury.

Rail Replacement bus services will operate as follows (in both directions):

  • 1 per hour Aylesbury Vale Parkway - Aylesbury.
  • 1 per hour Amersham - Beaconsfield.
Chiltern Railways

Passengers travelling between London and Oxford, Banbury and stations to Birmingham are advised to travel to/from London Paddington via Oxford using Great Western Railway services in both directions.

Passengers requiring assistance are also advised to travel via Oxford with Great Western Railway to and from London due to West Ealing station not being fully accessible.

Customers wishing to travel to Bicester Village are advised to travel to/from London Paddington via Oxford using Great Western Railway and then change onto a Chiltern Railways service to Bicester Village.

Customers are advised to:

  • Allow extra time for their journey
  • Check their journey before travelling
  • Purchase tickets in advance from Chiltern's website or via the Chiltern app to save time at stations and guarantee the best value fare.

More info can be found here.

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