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First Great Western, CrossCountry Trains and Chiltern Railways run regular services to/from Oxford. The train line leads south to Didcot Parkway and Reading and north through Banbury. The train station has a handful of shops including a small WHSmith, an AMT espresso stall and ticket/travel desks. Taxis and buses collect from the station and the main bus station is a short walk away.

See the national rail enquiries website for detailed information on trains to and from Oxford; there is also a live departures and arrivals board, and Matthew Somerville's Accessible Train Timetables and Live Train Map services.

Trains to London run roughly every half an hour, take an hour to get there, terminate in Paddington and cost about 20 quid for a day travelcard, which also gets you on the Tube.

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