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Engineering works affecting train services this weekend

Saturday 10th March 2018:

Late night engineering works will be taking place between Haddenham & Thame Parkway and Bicester.

The following late night trains from Marylebone are amended as described below. Journey times north of Princes Risborough will be considerably longer than usual.

  • 23.10 Marylebone - Oxford terminates at Princes Risborough. A connecting rail replacement bus will operate between Princes Risborough - Haddenham & Thame Parkway - Bicester Village. At Bicester Village, a connecting additional train will operate at 00.50 for stations to Oxford.

 

  • 23.15 Marylebone - Banbury terminates at Princes Risborough. A connecting rail replacement bus will operate between Princes Risborough - Haddenham & Thame Parkway - Bicester North - Banbury.

 

  • 23.45 Marylebone - Banbury terminates at Princes Risborough. A connecting rail replacement bus will operate between Princes Risborough - Haddenham & Thame Parkway - Bicester North - Banbury.


All other services are unaffected.

Sunday 11th March 2018:

Engineering Works will be taking place between Haddenham & Thame Parkway and Bicester until approximately 12.00. During this period, an amended timetable will operate. Services between Marylebone, Bicester, Oxford, Banbury and Birmingham will be affected, with extended journey times.

Rail replacement buses will operate as follows, connecting with trains at Haddenham & Thame Parkway, Bicester North and Bicester Village:

  • Haddenham & Thame Parkway - Bicester North.
  • Haddenham & Thame Parkway - Bicester Village.

The first through trains will operate as follows:

  • 10.55 Birmingham Moor Street - Marylebone.
  • 11.42 Oxford - Marylebone.
  • 11.35 Marylebone - Birmingham Snow Hill.
  • 11.40 Marylebone - Oxford.

Additionally, the 19.40 Marylebone - Kidderminster will NOT call at Hatton, Lapworth, Widney Manor or Cradley Heath. The 20.10 Marylebone - Birmingham Moor Street will call additionally at Hatton, Lapworth and Widney Manor.