Train GraphicClick on the map to explore geographics
 
I need help
FAQ
Emergency
About
Waterloo Campaign
Travel & transport from BBC stories as at 09:15 05 Oct 2022
- More rail disruption as 9,000 train drivers strike
- Take a ride around San Francisco in a driverless taxi
- Woman handcuffed in police car hit by train... and survives
- Shell boss says taxing energy firms to help the poor is 'inevitable'
Read about the forum [here].
Register [here] - it's free.
What do I gain from registering? [here]
 21/10/22 - TWSW General Meeting
02/11/22 - WWRUG / Trowbridge

On this day
5th Oct (1987)
Newquay Signal Box closed

Train RunningCancelled
16:33 London Paddington to Bristol Temple Meads
Short Run
08:32 Bristol Temple Meads to London Paddington
10:32 London Paddington to Bristol Temple Meads
13:30 Bristol Temple Meads to London Paddington
15:32 London Paddington to Bristol Temple Meads
Delayed
An additional train service has been planned to operate as shown 08:32 London Paddington to Bristol Temple Meads
PollsOpen and recent polls
Closed 2022-10-04 Airport closure (Doncaster) - what to you think?
Abbreviation pageAcronymns and abbreviations
Stn ComparatorStation Comparator
Rail newsNews Now - live rail news feed
Site Style 1 2 3 4
Next departures • Bristol Temple MeadsBath SpaChippenhamSwindonDidcot ParkwayReadingLondon PaddingtonMelksham
Exeter St DavidsTauntonWestburyTrowbridgeBristol ParkwayCardiff CentralOxfordCheltenham SpaBirmingham New Street
October 05, 2022, 09:20:30 am *
Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.

Login with username, password and session length
Forgotten your username or password? - get a reminder
Most recently liked subjects
[106] Eurostar - snapshot of current services
[79] Bristol Temple Meads Station redevelopment
[61] Rail Strikes - Effects ?
[49] Aberthaw Power Station and Decarbonisation
[44] You will have to hurry...
[36] Bikes on trains - it is possiple
News: the Great Western Coffee Shop ... keeping you up to date with travel around the South West
 
   Home   Help Search Calendar Login Register  
Pages: [1]
  Print  
Author Topic: Boxing Day Trains from Chiltern  (Read 3197 times)
grahame
Administrator
Hero Member
*****
Posts: 36953



View Profile WWW Email
« on: December 23, 2018, 08:59:38 am »

From RailFuture

Quote
Chiltern Railways is running trains on Boxing Day, unlike most other operators who have left rail passengers in the lurch.
It proves yet again that Chiltern is one of the best and most responsive train operators in Britain.

Chiltern announced it is running trains from 08.00 to 20.00 between Oxford Parkway and London Marylebone. The trains will serve Bicester Village which is very popular with foreign tourists.

“Although it is unusual for the railway to be open on Boxing Day, we have found this service to be very popular with our customers,” said Eleni Jordan, commercial director at Chiltern Railways.

“We are delighted once again to offer this and give our customers another reason to leave the car behind and visit some of the amazing attractions on our route.”

Only five of the other 20 train operators are running trains on Boxing Day.

Article continues
Logged

Coffee Shop Admin, Vice Chair of Melksham Rail User Group, and on the board of TravelWatch SouthWest.
TaplowGreen
Transport Scholar
Hero Member
******
Posts: 6591



View Profile
« Reply #1 on: December 23, 2018, 09:17:42 am »

From RailFuture

Quote
Chiltern Railways is running trains on Boxing Day, unlike most other operators who have left rail passengers in the lurch.
It proves yet again that Chiltern is one of the best and most responsive train operators in Britain.

Chiltern announced it is running trains from 08.00 to 20.00 between Oxford Parkway and London Marylebone. The trains will serve Bicester Village which is very popular with foreign tourists.

“Although it is unusual for the railway to be open on Boxing Day, we have found this service to be very popular with our customers,” said Eleni Jordan, commercial director at Chiltern Railways.

“We are delighted once again to offer this and give our customers another reason to leave the car behind and visit some of the amazing attractions on our route.”

Only five of the other 20 train operators are running trains on Boxing Day.

Article continues


………………………sits back with box of (festive) popcorn and waits for the annual debate to start! ...………. Smiley


Logged
grahame
Administrator
Hero Member
*****
Posts: 36953



View Profile WWW Email
« Reply #2 on: December 23, 2018, 10:19:26 am »


………………………sits back with box of (festive) popcorn and waits for the annual debate to start! ...………. Smiley


Hey - I posted it. I was sitting back and waiting for the debate to start.  But with Christmas Tree shaped crumpets and marmite.
Logged

Coffee Shop Admin, Vice Chair of Melksham Rail User Group, and on the board of TravelWatch SouthWest.
JayMac
Data Manager
Hero Member
******
Posts: 18219



View Profile
« Reply #3 on: December 23, 2018, 11:27:28 am »

Damn. Marmite.

I knew there was something I forget to get this morning. I'm not braving Tesco again though. It was hell on earth in there earlier.
Logged

#NotMyKing
martyjon
Transport Scholar
Hero Member
******
Posts: 1941


View Profile
« Reply #4 on: December 23, 2018, 11:38:18 am »

Damn. Marmite.

I knew there was something I forget to get this morning. I'm not braving Tesco again though. It was hell on earth in there earlier.


There's always tomorrow.
Logged
Adelante_CCT
Transport Scholar
Hero Member
******
Posts: 1314



View Profile
« Reply #5 on: December 23, 2018, 11:54:33 am »

Quote
It proves yet again that Chiltern is one of the best and most responsive train operators in Britain.

An even more thinned out service already for Sunday 23 December. Cancellations already in the system:

07:57 London Marylebone to Aylesbury Vale Parkway due 09:03
08:29 Aylesbury to London Marylebone due 09:38
08:35 London Marylebone to Oxford due 09:45
08:40 London Marylebone to Banbury due 10:02
09:13 Aylesbury Vale Parkway to London Marylebone due 10:21
09:46 London Marylebone to Gerrards Cross due 10:16
10:05 London Marylebone to Birmingham Moor Street due 11:56
10:07 Oxford to London Marylebone due 11:24
10:30 Gerrards Cross to London Marylebone due 11:03
10:44 Banbury to London Marylebone due 12:06
10:57 London Marylebone to Aylesbury Vale Parkway due 12:03
11:43 London Marylebone to Banbury due 13:02
12:05 London Marylebone to Birmingham Moor Street due 13:56
12:10 London Marylebone to Oxford due 13:21
12:13 Aylesbury Vale Parkway to London Marylebone due 13:20
12:46 London Marylebone to Gerrards Cross due 13:19
12:55 Birmingham Moor Street to London Marylebone due 14:40
13:30 Gerrards Cross to London Marylebone due 14:04
13:37 Oxford to London Marylebone due 14:48
13:44 Banbury to London Marylebone due 15:06
13:46 London Marylebone to Gerrards Cross due 14:16
14:29 Gerrards Cross to London Marylebone due 15:02
15:13 London Marylebone to Aylesbury due 16:19
15:27 London Marylebone to Aylesbury due 16:26
16:10 London Marylebone to Oxford due 17:21
17:37 Oxford to London Marylebone due 18:48
19:13 London Marylebone to Aylesbury due 20:19
Logged
Dispatch Box
Hero Member
*****
Posts: 433


View Profile
« Reply #6 on: December 23, 2018, 01:04:56 pm »

Damn. Marmite.

I knew there was something I forget to get this morning. I'm not braving Tesco again though. It was hell on earth in there earlier.

You either love it, or hate it?.
Logged
Do you have something you would like to add to this thread, or would you like to raise a new question at the Coffee Shop? Please [register] (it is free) if you have not done so before, or login (at the top of this page) if you already have an account - we would love to read what you have to say!

You can find out more about how this forum works [here] - that will link you to a copy of the forum agreement that you can read before you join, and tell you very much more about how we operate. We are an independent forum, provided and run by customers of Great Western Railway, for customers of Great Western Railway and we welcome railway professionals as members too, in either a personal or official capacity. Views expressed in posts are not necessarily the views of the operators of the forum.

As well as posting messages onto existing threads, and starting new subjects, members can communicate with each other through personal messages if they wish. And once members have made a certain number of posts, they will automatically be admitted to the "frequent posters club", where subjects not-for-public-domain are discussed; anything from the occasional rant to meetups we may be having ...

 
Pages: [1]
  Print  
 
Jump to:  

Powered by MySQL Powered by PHP Powered by SMF 1.1.2 | SMF © 2006-2007, Simple Machines LLC Valid XHTML 1.0! Valid CSS!
This forum is provided by a customer of Great Western Railway (formerly First Great Western), and the views expressed are those of the individual posters concerned. Visit www.gwr.com for the official Great Western Railway website. Please contact the administrators of this site if you feel that the content provided by one of our posters contravenes our posting rules (email link). Forum hosted by Well House Consultants

Jump to top of pageJump to Forum Home Page