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Aynho: Sometimes known as Aynho for Deddington this station opened in 1910 on the Oxford to Banbury line and closed in 1964 but is still in use as a private residence ...
Birmingham and Oxford Railway
Mark Bartlett [18/06/2009] Ref: 24550

Aynho: Aynho station, closed in 1964, still stands alongside the Oxford to Banbury line. This is the view north from the overbridge and, in the distance, the flyover at Aynho Junction ...
Birmingham and Oxford Railway
Mark Bartlett [18/06/2009] Ref: 24551

Cropredy: A down Chiltern Trains unit heads North from Banbury past the pleasant Oxfordshire village of Cropredy in March 2012. The village station closed in 1956, but the radio mast on ...
Birmingham and Oxford Railway
Ken Strachan [28/03/2012] Ref: 38350

Hatton: Boarding a Birmingham - Leamington Spa service at Hatton in December 1980.
Birmingham and Oxford Railway
Ian Dinmore [/12/1980] Ref: 21661

Kings Sutton: 71000 Duke of Gloucester northbound at Kings Sutton on 7 April 1990, one of its first mainline trips following restoration.
Birmingham and Oxford Railway
Peter Todd [07/04/1990] Ref: 27083

Leamington Spa: A surprising number of passengers changed at Leamington Spa from the fast service on the left (the loco-hauled Premier service to London) to the unit on the right, heading for ...
Birmingham and Oxford Railway
Ken Strachan [26/04/2014] Ref: 48556

Oxford: Oxford station.
Birmingham and Oxford Railway
Ewan Crawford [//] Ref: 7065

Oxford: Bulleid West Country Pacific no 34102 Lapford on shed at Oxford on 29 June 1959.
Birmingham and Oxford Railway
Robin Barbour Collection (Courtesy Bruce McCartney) [29/06/1959] Ref: 28140

Locations along this line: Hatton Oxford Solihull Aynho Kings Sutton Warwick Cropredy Warwick Parkway Leamington Spa