Henley-on-Thames railway station

Henley-On-Thames Railway Station

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Henley-on-Thames railway station is a terminal railway station in the town of Henley-on-Thames in the county of Oxfordshire in England.

The station is served by local services operated by First Great Western on the Henley Branch Line from Twyford 7 km (4¾ miles) to the south.


There is a daily shuttle service between Twyford and Henley-on-Thames, calling at Wargrave and Shiplake, running approximately every 45 minutes during the day, and more frequently during peak hours.

Passengers for London Paddington eastbound or Reading and the West Country change at Twyford. There are some through services to/from Paddington and Reading during peak hours.


The station was first opened by the Great Western Railway on 1 June 1857.MacDermot, vol. I, pp.417,861Mitchell & Smith, fig.27 The original trainshed, and station building, which were to the north of the present station, were removed in 1975 and the site sold. The platforms were reduced to two from 16 March 1969,Mitchell & Smith, fig.34Mitchell & Smith, fig.35Mitchell & Smith, fig.37 The other facilities at the station included a large goods...
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