Trains to Oxford

Oxford Railway Station lies half a mile or so to the West of the City Centre, a short walk from Oxford Castle and sandwiched between the River Thames and Oxford Canal. The station connects this prestigious University City with London, through the provision of both regular fast trains to Paddington and slower local services. The station is busy with local commuters, students and national journey takers. From Oxford, you can get directly to the capital, to Birmingham, Reading, Manchester and Banbury.

Oxford Station Information

Ticket on Departure Machine?

Yes

You will find the self service machine located at the main station and in the main ticket hall.

Opening Hours:

Monday To Friday: 0545-2000
Saturday: 0730-2000
Sunday: 0715-2000

Reservations and tickets requiring reservations are only available between 0900 and 1800

Nearby Taxi Information:

Radiotaxis - 01865 242424
1 - 01865 240000
City - 01865 201201

Map of Oxford

Oxford Hotel Information

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