Culham Railway Station

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Culham railway station is a railway station serving the village of Culham in Oxfordshire, England. It is served by local train services provided by First Great Western.

The station is just off the A415 road, between the villages of Culham and Clifton Hampden.

The station is close to the site of RNAS Culham (HMS Hornbill), a World War II airfield. The former airfield is now the Culham Science Centre, an 80 hectares (200 acres) scientific research site and home to two nuclear fusion experiments JET and MAST. The START Nuclear Fusion Experiment was also conducted on the site until MAST succeeded it in 1999. This important scientific centre means the station creates a valid commuter service.

Source: Wikipedia

Station Facts

Annual Usage Figures

Year Entry/Exit Interchange
2015 8830 0
2014 7612 0
2013 5794 0
2012 5163 0
2011 4476 0
2010 5292 0
2009 5633 0
2008 4735 0
2007 5138 0

Location Data

  • County Council Electoral Division: Berinsfield and Garsington
  • Civil Parish/community: Culham
  • UK Parliament Constituency: Henley
  • County Council: Oxfordshire County Council
  • District Council Ward: Sandford & the Wittenhams
  • European Region: South East
  • District Council: South Oxfordshire District Council

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