Cookham railway station

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National Rail
Cookham railway station 1.jpg
Looking south towards Furze Platt
General information
LocationCookham, Windsor and Maidenhead
Grid referenceSU886850
Managed byGreat Western Railway
Other information
Station codeCOO
ClassificationDfT category E
Opened1 August 1854
Original companyWycombe Railway
Pre-groupingGreat Western Railway
2016/17Decrease 0.216 million
2017/18Decrease 0.210 million
2018/19Increase 0.227 million
2019/20Decrease 0.221 million
2020/21Decrease 41,180
Passenger statistics from the Office of Rail and Road

Cookham railway station serves the village of Cookham, Berkshire, England. Great Western Railway trains between Maidenhead and Marlow serve the station on the Marlow branch line, but through services to and from London Paddington in peak hours Monday to Friday no longer run. It is 2 miles 73 chains (4.7 km) down the line from Maidenhead and 27 miles 12 chains (43.7 km) measured from Paddington.

Cookham station was opened by the Wycombe Railway in 1854. The station now has a single platform. A second platform survives but is disused. The former Station House is now let to private occupants.

View from the road in 1986
Looking down the line towards Marlow in 2015


Trains run hourly in each direction throughout the week (including Sundays), rising to every 30 minutes at weekday peak times.[1]


  1. ^ Table 120 National Rail timetable, May 2016

External links[edit]

Preceding station National Rail National Rail Following station
Furze Platt   Great Western Railway
Marlow Branch Line
  Bourne End
  Historical railways  
Maidenhead Boyne Hill
Line open, station closed
  Great Western Railway
Wycombe Railway
  Bourne End
Line and station open

Coordinates: 51°33′25″N 0°43′19″W / 51.557°N 0.722°W / 51.557; -0.722