Combe (Oxon) Railway Station

Facts and Figures

Combe railway station serves the village of Combe in Oxfordshire, England. It is on the Cotswold Line. This station and all trains serving it are run by Great Western Railway. On weekdays (including bank holidays), one train a day in each direction serves the station: the 07:58 to Oxford and the 17:43 to Great Malvern. There are no trains at weekends. It was opened as Combe Halt by the Great Western Railway in 1935, originally having two platforms. In 2012, it was equipped with the modern Customer Information display screen now found on most First Great Western stations, plus an automatic train announcement system. The station is about half a mile from the village of Combe (to the NW) and the hamlet of Combe East End (to the NE).

Station Facts

Annual Usage Figures

Year Entry/Exit Interchange
2015 570 0
2014 783 0
2013 710 0
2012 876 0
2011 336 0
2010 107 0
2009 363 0
2008 354 0
2007 644 0

Location Data

  • Civil Parish/community: Combe
  • County Council: Oxfordshire County Council
  • European Region: South East
  • District Council Ward: Stonesfield and Tackley
  • District Council: West Oxfordshire District Council
  • UK Parliament Constituency: Witney
  • County Council Electoral Division: Woodstock

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