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Oxford Station (Oxford)

Oxford Station is the railway station serving the historic university city of Oxford.

It is situated a few minutes walk from the city centre, and near Oxford Castle.

The original station was built by Fox and Henderson and opened in 1852, and the present station replaced it in 1972.

Trains from London leave from Paddington Station, and arrive by way of Maidenhead and Reading. They continue to Moreton-in-Marsh, Evesham and Worcester.

Another line runs to Banbury, Warwick and Birmingham.

In years gone by, a branch line ran to Witney, Lechlade and Fairford, while a cross country line ran to Thame and Princes Risborough and another to Bicester and Bletchley.

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