Saunderton train station serves several little villages in Buckinghamshire including Bradenham and Saunderton, though the latter after which the station is named lies 2 miles north. The station was opened at the turn of the 20th-century and a decade later was burnt down by the Suffragettes who left their placards on the station platform. Today, the station and the trains that pass through on the Chiltern Main Line are managed by Chiltern Railways. Though some of the early 20th-century brick station buildings still exist on one of the platforms, it’s no longer used by the station. There's a modern footbridge connecting the two platforms, bench seating, self-service ticket machines and a modern waiting shelter, but little else in the way of facilities. There's an hourly direct service to London Marylebone and several direct trains throughout the day to Birmingham Snow Hill.
When you step off the train at Saunderton, you’ll be right in the heart of the Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty where you can go hiking along the footpaths, cycling along the wooded hill trails or visit some of the historic stately homes and their grounds.
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