Wendover railway station

Wendover railway station

Infobox UK station
name = Wendover

manager = Chiltern Railways
locale = Station Approach, Pound Street, Wendover
borough = Chiltern
usage0405 = 0.410
usage0506 = 0.405
usage0607 = 0.404
code= WND
platforms = 2
start = 1892

Wendover railway station serves the town of Wendover in Buckinghamshire, as well as the villages of Ellesborough and Wendover Dean, amongst others. The station lies on the London Marylebone-Aylesbury line and is served by Chiltern Railways trains. It is situated between Great Missenden and Stoke Mandeville stations.


The station first opened on 1 September 1892, and was served by both the London Underground Metropolitan Line and the Great Central Railway.

However, when the London Underground was fully electrified in the 1960s, a decision was made to run only as far as Amersham; two stops short of Wendover. This meant Wendover is now served by overground only. Services were run by Network SouthEast until privatisation in 1996, when Chiltern Railways took over the franchise.


At peak times, there are up to 4 trains per hour towards London in the morning, and returning from London (towards Aylesbury) in the evening. Some of these are express services, which skip the stops shared with the Metropolitan Line nearer to London.

Journeys to Marylebone take approximately 50 minutes (40 minutes for express trains). Journeys to Aylesbury take approximately 10 minutes.

The normal service pattern is as follows:
*2 tph to Aylesbury
*2 tph to London Marylebone

Onward Connections

Very few buses are available from Wendover. The nearest taxi firms are located in Aylesbury.

External links

* [http://www.chilternrailways.co.uk/ Chiltern Railways]
* [http://railwaystations.fpic.co.uk/c100101.html Photos of Wendover Station]


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