Trains to High Wycombe

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High Wycombe, is a large town in Buckinghamshire, 29 miles (47 km) north west of Charing Cross in London. It is also 27 miles (43 km) southeast of Oxford, 23 miles (37 km) north east of Reading and 9 miles (14 km) north of Maidenhead. High Wycombe has a population of 125,257 and it is the second largest town in the county of Buckinghamshire after Milton Keynes.

High Wycombe is a combination between an industrial and market town, it is famous for the furniture production. Since the Middle Ages a market is held in the High Street. High Wycombe has been a market town since the Middle Ages, but the town centre has undergone extensive redevelopments in the past 50 years, with the development of Eden Shopping Centre. Along the High Street, walking to the south of the station will there are several surviving 18th and 19th century buildings. To the southwest of the town centre is The Rye, a park between the River Wye and The Dyke waterways that features an open‐air swimming pool.

The town is served by a small but modern train station situated on the busy commuter line that connects Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire to London Marylebone. It was built back in 1854, it was designed by from the legendary engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel. The train station is on the Chiltern Main Line between Beaconsfield and Saunderton stations. It is served by Chiltern Railways. There are five trains per hour directed to London Marylebone of which two are non‐stop services, one is a semi‐fast service calling at Beaconsfield and Gerrards Cross. Two more local trains call at Beaconsfield and Gerrards Cross. One train per hour is directed to Birmingham Moor Street, one per hour to Aylesbury, one per hour to Banbury and one train per hour to Oxford calling at Bicester Village.

Passengers travelling to Buckinghamshire are advised to purchase train ticket to High Wycombe in advance in order to save up to 43% on the original train fare. Buy train tickets in advance to benefit from large discounted rates.

The station has three platform, the first one is a bay platform from which additional peak‐hour local services run to and from London Marylebone. Platforms 1 and 2 are on the southern side of the station, whereas Platform 3 is on the northern side and are both linked by a subway system.

Travelers passing departing or arriving at High Wycombe station can benefit from ticket office and vending ticket machines, refreshments and luggage storage facilities. Additional services to passengers include: refreshments, Wi‐Fi and CCTV surveillance service, a bicycle rack and car parking. Accessibility services are available at this station: passengers can enquire for wheelchairs and ramp for train access. Buy train tickets to High Wycombe and start planning your journey today.

Popular tourist attractions include Hughenden Manor, a National Trust‐owned Victorian Country House, made of red bricks, which was the home of Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield. Hellfire Caves, a man‐made cave network, Gomm’s wood natural reserve and West Wycombe park, a Palladian country house built in 1740 as a pleasure house, with a landscape park containing small temples and follies, it is a Grade I listed property preserved by the National Trust.