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Trains to Aspley Guise

Aspley Guise Railway Station serves Aspley Guise village along the Bletchley-Bedford Marston Vale Line. Originally built as a new halt for a steam rail service between Bedford and Bletchley, the station saw a number of old sleepers calling before being temporarily closed during the first World War. The station was rebuilt and the platforms lengthened in 1959; these platforms are still in use today.

West Midlands Trains serve and operate the station with diesel multiple-unit trains most commonly seen calling at the station. Monday through Saturday, trains from Aspley Guise depart in each direction to Bedford and Bletchley; no Sunday service is currently available from the station. Passengers for the West Coast Main Line destinations, including London Euston and Birmingham New Street, should transfer at Bletchley. Shelters, seating areas, and step-free access are available on both platforms. Customer help is available from the help point, although the station is unstaffed and so tickets must be purchased in advance or on board.

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