Combe railway station

Coordinates: 51°49′55″N 1°23′35″W / 51.832°N 1.393°W / 51.832; -1.393
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Combe railway station in 2005
General information
LocationCombe, West Oxfordshire
Grid referenceSP418150
Managed byGreat Western Railway
Other information
Station codeCME
ClassificationDfT category F2
Opened8 July 1935
Original companyGreat Western Railway
Key dates
2018/19Increase 2,722
2019/20Increase 2,762
2020/21Decrease 340
2021/22Increase 1,238
2022/23Increase 1,398
Passenger statistics from the Office of Rail and Road

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.

It was opened as Combe Halt by the Great Western Railway in 1935, originally having two platforms.[1] 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).


Since at least February 1999 the station has been served by a minimal service of two trains per day, one in each direction.[2]

This service is currently formed of the 08:13 train to Didcot Parkway and the 17:36 train to Moreton-in-Marsh which operate Monday-Friday only. There are currently no weekend services at the station with a normal service running on most Bank Holidays.[3]

Preceding station National Rail National Rail Following station
Great Western Railway
Cotswold Line
Monday-Friday Only



  1. ^ Robertson 1990, p. [page needed].
  2. ^ Mitchell & Smith 2003, fig. 53
  3. ^ "Check Train Times and Timetables | Great Western Railway". Retrieved 21 November 2023.


51°49′55″N 1°23′35″W / 51.832°N 1.393°W / 51.832; -1.393