Wycombe station

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New Hope and Ivyland Railroad heritage station
Wycombe Village HD Station 01.JPG
Wycombe station
LocationBuckingham Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Structure typeDepot
Preceding station   New Hope and Ivyland Railroad   Following station
toward Warminster
Main Line
toward New Hope
Former services
Preceding station   Reading Railroad   Following station
service ended 1954
toward Glenside
New Hope Branch
service ended 1954
toward New Hope

Wycombe is a defunct station on the Reading Company's New Hope Branch. The station is currently on the line used by the New Hope and Ivyland Railroad.


Service to the Wycombe station started 1891 and ended 1952. The station was restored in 2009 by the county, as it was sold off in the 1990s. The railroad leases the station during private events such as photo charters, or when passenger service requires it's use. For example, the station sees use during the railroad's "Fall Foliage" trains. Passenger trains usually don't go south of Wycombe, as everything south between Wycombe and Warminster is freight only. [1] Originally, the station was called "Lingohocken".[2]


  1. ^ Josh Musser. "Wycombe station". Archived from the original on 2011-08-27.
  2. ^ "Bucks County Pennsylvania Railroad Stations".

Coordinates: 40°16′56″N 75°01′10″W / 40.28223°N 75.01951°W / 40.28223; -75.01951