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Radley has hourly trains to Oxford (some of which continue to Banbury) and to Didcot. At Didcot you can change for fast trains to London Paddington, Swindon, Wales, and the West of England. At Oxford you can change for London Marylebone, Birmingham and the North, and the Cotswolds. On Sunday afternoons there are fast through trains between Radley and Paddington.

GWR’s advice on travelling safely is here.

You can check times, and download the timetable for Radley (T8) here.

You can find out here about booking assistance, for example if you cannot use the bridge to get to the Didcot platform.

There is a ticket machine on the Oxford platform; it takes card payments only. You can also buy tickets on the GWR (or other) websites. If your ticket is to or from ‘London Terminals’, you can use it at Paddington or Marylebone or even (changing at Reading and travelling via Ascot) at Vauxhall or Waterloo.

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