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Trains to Oxford
Oxford is connected via rail through its Oxford Railway station, located 0.5 miles away from the city centre. The station is served by Chiltern Railways, CrossCountry and Great Western Railways. Their train services run frequently multiple times per day as it is a starting point for many local trains to London Marylebone, London Paddington, Banbury, Tackley, Hereford, Reading and Worcester.
Which Train operating companies run trains to Oxford?
Chiltern Railways, CrossCountry and Great Western Railways operate trains to Oxford from other major cities. All three operators provide their train services to Oxford twice per hour to different cities surrounding Oxford.
Which cities have direct routes to Oxford?
CrossCountry provides a direct train to Oxford from Banbury, Tackley, Hanborough, Radley and Reading. While, Great Western Railways provides a fast route between Oxford and London Paddington with a pit-stop at Reading.
What are the main stations in Oxford?
Oxford train station is the main train station in Oxford, which is conveniently connected with its neighbouring towns, villages and cities. The train station is 800 metres away from the city centre which is accessible in approximately 13 minutes by walk.