Trains to Beaconsfield

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Beaconsfield is a market town located in Buckinghamshire, approximately 23.6 miles (38 km) away west of London and 17 miles (27 km) south east of Aylesbury. It is surrounded by Slough, Amersham, Gerrards Cross and High Wycombe and adjacent to the Chiltern Hills, a well know area famous for its natural beauty that offers stunning views, hiking trails and opportunities for fun family days out immersed in the nature. Beaconsfield is a small town divided into the New and the Old town. While the compact little new town has a more modern outlook, The Old Town is characterized by Georgian and Tudor architecture, a well-kept main street featuring music and sport equipment, arts and crafts and curious pubs. Buy train tickets to Beaconsfield to explore the bustling Tuesday market or the monthly farmers market set around the Old Town’s streets.

Beaconsfield is served by the homonymous railway station, located on the Chiltern main line serving both fast and slow trains services to suit traditional passengers as well as commuters travelling to London. The station is set between Seer Green and High Wycombe. It serves passengers originating from or heading to Birmingham Snow Hill, Moor Street, Aylesbury, Oxford and London Marylebone. Beaconsfield station is equipped with two platforms connected by a footbridge as well as step-free access.  Platform 1 operates trains to London Marylebone, while Platform 2 runs trains directed to High Wycombe and Princes Risborough. The station’s ticket office is open seven days a week, Monday to Friday from 06:05am to 8:00pm, on Saturdays it is open from 06:40am until 6:10pm, while on Sundays it operates from 08:05am until 5:35pm. Travellers can benefit from toilets, waiting room, a shop and a taxi office.  CCTV and Wi-Fi operate at this train station. Car parking, bicycle racks and a bus stop are located outside the train station.

All trains serving Beaconsfield station are operated by Chiltern Railways. Off peak trains departing from this station consist in 3 trains per hour directed to London Marylebone, one of which stops at Gerrard Cross only, while the other two trains stop at intermediate stations including Gerrard Cross, South Ruislip and Wembley Stadium. The train journey duration to London Marylebone may vary between 21 and 50 minutes, the service is provided by Chiltern Trains. One train per hour departs from Beaconsfield directed to High Wycombe, one to Aylesbury and one to Banbury. Passengers travelling to West Midlands’ station, including Birmingham Snow Hill can catch faster trains by changing at High Wycombe. Passengers travelling by train to Beaconsfield will be able to walk approximately one mile from the station to the historic centre. The old town offers visitors numerous shops and pubs in some beautifully preserved Georgian and Tudor revival buildings. Along the fifteen-minute walk from the station to the Old Town, visitors will walk past the National Film and Television School at the Beaconsfield Studios, one of the most renowned film schools in the world. The town’s attractions include Bekonscot, the oldest original model village in the world. Visitors will be taken back in time to a tiny version of what England used to look like in 1920s. To reach Bekonscot visitors should head to the north of the station. A mile from the town centre visitors can explore the oldest Free House in England, The Royal Standard Pub where King Charles I stayed during the civil war.