Great Marlow Line MARLOW - MAIDENHEAD PASSENGERS’ ASSOCIATION

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The Marlow - Maidenhead Passengers' Association is the action group for all public transport users - bus and train - in the area served by the Maidenhead to Marlow railway line in the Thames Valley including its former route into High Wycombe. We cover main line services from Taplow, Maidenhead and Twyford as well as High Wycombe station.

We lobby the operators and local government on behalf of users to improve services and facilities, and we bring you timely information regarding proposed and actual service changes.

The more members we have the stronger is our voice in fighting for your interests. For more about the benefits of membership and an application form please visit the Membership Page or e-mail us.

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Overnight Works 5 - 16 January 2015

Network Rail has notified us that it will be clearing vegitation along the Marlow line between 5th and 16th January. This will take place overnight and will involve flailing.
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Temporary Canopies at Maidenhead

First Great Western’s promises in October that temporary canopies would be erected before work started on demolishing the old canopies came to nought. We took this up with FGW and were advised that the canopies will be put up within the next two weeks. We shall continue to monitor the situation.
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FGW Christmas Engineering Works

Please download this notice (PDF) from First Great Western giving details of Christmas and New Year engineering works, service alterations and replacement bus services.
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In Cold Weather..

If you’re the last on or off, please close the train doors. Save energy and keep the train warm, especially at terminal stations.

Two Trains per Hour Off-peak?

First Great Western is looking at the possibility of running a half-hourly off-peak service on the Marlow branch without the need to change trains. This would require track and signalling modifications at Bourne End so that trains can access platform 2 from Marlow. It is dependent on getting Local Growth Fund money for the upgrade.

A service interval improvement from 45 to 30 minutes is being considered for Henley, but at the cost of reducing the service from Wargrave to hourly. This is subject to consultation.
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