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Introducing Chiltern Railways

Chiltern Railways trains carry passengers to and from London Marylebone station, serving the home counties of Berkshire, Oxfordshire, and Buckinghamshire, whilst also taking customers to Birmingham on certain lines. With 10 different routes on the rail network, Chiltern provides customers with great links into both London and Birmingham, as well as an ideal travel option to shop at Bicester Village.

Chiltern Railways ticket prices, timetables and travel updates can be found in our journey planner. You can also get more information about Chiltern train destinations and things to do in London and Birmingham once you’ve arrived.

Peak Hours

Trains that arrive at Marylebone or Birmingham Moor street between 07:45 and 10:00a m or leave there between 16:30 to 19:30 pm.

Contact Information

Customer relations: 03456 005165

Twitter Customer Help: @chilternrailway

Cycle Policy

Non-folded bikes are allowed on all services apart from peak times.

WiFi

Free WiFi is available on services between London and Birmingham.

First Class

There is a ‘Business Zone’ on all ‘silver’ designated trains.

Lost Property

Complete an online form on Chiltern Railway’s website for more assistance.

London Marylebone to Birmingham Moor Street

The main Chiltern Railway route connects the capital with Birmingham on one single line, calling at a number of towns across the home counties, making commuting and travelling into the two cities more possible away from just car travel. With 8 trains that run on the peak service between the two stations, there is plenty of flexibility for customers to choose a train service that suits them, without having to rush to reach an infrequent train time. This Chiltern rail route typically calls at Leamington and High Wycombe also, the two biggest towns outside of Birmingham and London respectively, bringing them closer to the cities with a much faster travel time. With Chiltern providing free WiFi for all passengers on their trains, this also gives commuters the perfect opportunity to get some extra work done going into or after leaving the office.

There are plenty of things to do in Birmingham, it just depends on what you are after! Birmingham Moor Street station sees you arrive in the heart of the shopping district, with the famous Bullring just minutes away. You can catch a game at a number of teams that play in the area or even watch England play cricket at Edgbaston. Birmingham also has a thriving nightlife, with plenty of bars, clubs, and restaurants to cater for all kinds of celebrations, or for those just looking for a change of scenery and a special trip out.

Jephson Gardens Leamington Spa

Discover where Chiltern Railways can take you

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Trains to London

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Trains to Birmingham

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Trains to Oxford

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Trains to Wycombe

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Chiltern Railway Routes

Chiltern trains also carry passengers into the heart of Oxfordshire, with a popular route taking shoppers to Bicester Village, a fantastic place to grab designer labels at a cheap price. Booking advance tickets to Bicester can be done on our journey planner, giving you an opportunity to get cheap train tickets to go along with the discounted clothes too! London to Oxford has become a popular journey for the rail network, giving Londoners a chance to escape the capital and take in the university city, with its wonderful bars and cafes, as well as sights of all the famous colleges Oxford has to offer.

There are also suburban routes that run to Gerrard’s Cross, Aylesbury, and Banbury, which run once per hour during off peak times, but provides a link for the outer London areas with transport into the capital’s centre and for events at Wembley Stadium.

About Chiltern Railways


Chiltern Railways have operated the Chiltern Main Line franchises since 1996 and has greatly improved travel times for a number of journeys on the line since. With a large fleet of trains across the network, trains are able to run at a more frequent time, giving passengers a good service during peak hours of travel, with plenty of space on busier trains. While there is no First Class service with Chiltern, they do provide a business zone, which gives customers a desk, power sockets and more room to do work should it be needed for their travel.

 

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