|MARLOW - MAIDENHEAD
TWYFORD – HENLEY / TAPLOW / HIGH WYCOMBE
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 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.
We also hold a watching brief for the Twyford to Henley-on-Thames line, known as The Regatta Line, plus Taplow and High Wycombe stations.
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: enquiries at mmpa.org.uk
The Association’s Constitution may be viewed here.
Scan the QR codes below for mobile timetable downloads (updated),
For Live Station Departure Boards please go to the Links page.
Unit 165134 crosses Cock Marsh on 6.4.2013.
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© 2013 R. Porter
Download Network Rail
Table 120 Marlow Branch
Table 121 Henley Branch
Table 117 London-Reading
Table 116 London-Bedwyn,
Table 115 Chiltern Mainline
Marlow Branch (html)
Henley Branch (html)
Annual General Meeting
Friday 28th March 2014 at 19:30 hrs.
Bourne End Community Centre, Wakeman Road (see map).
Theresa May flags off new 2018 service from Paddington
Maidenhead’s MP, the Rt. Hon. Theresa May was at Paddington on Monday to launch First Great Western’ new fast evening service from Padington to Maidenhead, Twyford and Reading on Monday. This service has been made possible because of improved reliability of the Class 165/6 fleet. The 5-car 'turbo' which would normally have been on standby at Reading Depot now makes an extra journey to Paddington (empty) and back to Reading.
The new service departs Paddington (usually platform 5 but check) at 2018 arriving at Maidenhead 2039, Twyford 2047 and Reading 2059.
An updated version of the East 1 timetable booklet is available, but neither the branch line tables at the end of the booklet nor the
separate timetable leaflets for the Marlow and Henley branches have been updated.
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.
New Train Performance Web Site
Visit Recent Train Times to find out how your train’s been running.
Maidenhead in Bottom 10 for Customer Satisfaction
Maidenhead came 55th out of 63 stations in its category in Passenger Focus’s Passenger Satisfaction survey. Slough was not much better in 53rd place. The worst responses at Maidenhead were for toilet facilities (27%) How well train company dealt with delays (25%) and the availability of staff (18%). The sample size was 821. The per centages are those saying Satisfied or Good.
Crossrail Track Works at Maidenhead
Network Rail’s enabling works for Crossrail in the Maidenhead area will run
until 2016. These include major civil engineering works to the station over Easter 2014.
Class 165/166 C6 Overhauls
Work will be commencing this month on modifications to the Class 165/1 and 166 'Turbo' fleet to fit new toilets with wheelchair access as required by
the Disability Discriminatuon Act (“Access for all”). At the same time one of the first class sections of the Class 166 units will be refitted
with standard class seating. These sections have already been designated as unclassed to provide more space for passengers. Both Class 165/1 and 166 units
will continue to have a first class section at one end.
Last updated 9th March, 2014
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