Marlow station was demolished and a new station was established on the far south coal siding.

Wycombe Railway Maidenhead, Wycombe Junction, to High Wycombe opened.

training of permanent way staff on new tamping machines for about two years, after which the track was lifted. 61041 at Maidenhead, 1959 Although classmates were seen on the GW&GC Joint line through High Wycombe, ex-LNER B1 4-6-0 61041 was an unusual sight at Maidenhead. The line then continued to Marlow Road station. community. Things unfortunately got even worse! Reopening the old railway line between High Wycombe and Bourne End may not be “pie in the sky”, according to councillors, who put the possibility back on the table this week. first summer only, then with a trial Christmas period and finally an all year round service.

From here the line ran to a temporary terminus at High Wycombe, with intermediate stations at join us now and help us to achieve a regular, efficient and punctual public transport system that serves the able to make positive contributions to travellers' journeys. A £100,000 study on the possibility of reopening the railway line between Bourne End and High Wycombe will finally give residents a “definitive answer” on the long-running issue, councillors say.

In 1852 construction started; the first section to be built was between Maidenhead and High Wycombe, and opened for passenger services on 1 August 1854. promote both the Association and local transport.

community.

Although if you had to demolish the industrial estate as well, that might make room for a road bridge. Personally, I want to see that route reinstated

Due to cost and operating difficulties we have reluctantly stopped running rail excursions but continue to arrange

The Wycombe Railway was incorporated by an Act of 26 July 1847 to build a 10 mile broad gauge line from Maidenhead on the Great Western Railway main line to High Wycombe. The Wycombe Railway was incorporated by an Act of 26 July 1847 to build a 10 mile broad gauge line from Maidenhead on the Great Western Railway main line to High Wycombe.

On the GWR main line west of Maidenhead a First Great Western HST heads towards Reading on 18 … There are 6 ways to get from Maidenhead to High Wycombe by bus, train, rideshare, taxi, car or foot. As is the convention, I have to ask - would MK<=>Heathrow traffic be best served by this link, or by an WCML (or indeed, Chiltern!)

From 5th May 1969 the Maidenhead - Aylesbury service was withdrawn and

occasional visits to places of interest. Here it passed over its first In 2017, High Wycombe council approved a two-year study into the feasibility of the route. Also there would need to be two level crossings across busy roads just north of Bourne End station. applying pressure can we continue to make things work. The line connects to the Great Western Main Line at Maidenhead station, and uses a section of the former Wycombe Railway line to High Wycombe together with the former Great Marlow Railway.

The train that runs on the bra 61041 at Maidenhead, 1959 Although classmates were seen on the GW&GC Joint line through High Wycombe, ex-LNER B1 4-6-0 61041 was an unusual sight at Maidenhead. Maidenhead to High Wycombe timetable. 522, an 0-4-2 saddle tank The Wycombe Railway Company was incorporated by an act of Parliament passed in 1846.

1,700 tickets were sold A £100,000 study on the possibility of reopening the railway line between Bourne End and High Wycombe will finally give residents a definitive answer on the long-running issue, councillors say.

It approached Cores End, crossed the From Wooburn Green, the trackbed followed the north end of Flackwell Heath Golf Course.

It was not until August 1867 that the businessmen of Great Marlow (thus named in those days to avoid We have frequent meetings with local management, pointing out various shortcomings in their If they are going to do anything they should compulsory purchase the properties in Donkey Lane, west of the current Marlow-Bourne End section, then have a curve directly linking the two sections to eliminate the reversing (if possible have a straight section for a platform)If there's even a sliver of a chance of re-opening that alignment, it would probably be as a "Buckinghamshire tramway".

As is the convention, I have to ask - would MK<=>Heathrow traffic be best served by this link, or by an WCML (or indeed, Chiltern!)

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>railway line that ran from High Wycombe to Maidenhead, via >Loudwater,Woobun Green, Bourne End? The Wycombe Railway was taken over by the GWR on 1st February, 1867.