Radley railway station lies just a few miles south of Oxford and is used by the small community of Radley and the surrounding villages and towns. The station was originally built to serve the students of Radley College and was opened in the late-19th century by Great Western Railway who still manage the station. Today, it sits next to the tracks of the Cherwell Valley Line which runs between Banbury and Reading. The two-platform station is unstaffed, though it was fully renovated in 2008 to serve a growing number of passengers using it. During the renovation, waiting shelters were added to both platforms along with a footbridge to connect the two together, a newly built car park was added, and the bicycle storage was extended. There are two direct departures an hour to Oxford in just 8 minutes and Didcot Parkway in 13 minutes.
Radley might be small, but there’s plenty of things to do near the train station. If you’ve brought your clubs, you could tee off along the fairways at Radley College Golf Course. Alternatively, head a little south to the scenic Thrupp Lake for a walk along the footpaths.
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