|MARLOW - MAIDENHEAD PASSENGERS’ ASSOCIATION|
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, and High Wycombe station.
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.
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For Live Station Departure Boards please go to the Links page.
Unit 165134 crosses Cock Marsh on 6.4.2013. Photo © 2013 R. Porter
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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)
High Wycombe Connections
New Timetables Start 19th May
Download the new Chiltern Railways timetable here (PDF).
Download the First Great Western timetables from
Crossrail Works at Maidenhead Depot, Silco Drive
Network Rail will be undertaking extensive track work around the new Maidenhead Depot on Silco Drive from 29th April.
This includes altering the track layout and installing new sidings. More information is contained in
Redwood Proposes Wokingham - Maidenhead - High Wycombe Rail Link
John Redwood M.P. (Con., Wokingham) is proposing new rail links radiating from his constituency in all directions including to
High Wycombe via Maidenhead, Windsor, Heathrow and south via Farnborough.
More details on the Windsor Link Railway site.
Chiltern Capacity Changes from May
Chiltern Railways has announced some capacity changes that will come into effect with the May timetable.
AM PEAK to Marylebone
0715 from Bicester North lengthened by one coach;
PM PEAK from Marylebone
1615 to Birmingham Snow Hill shortened by one coach;
Which? Wants Your Train Travel Stories
Which? magazine is looking for your train stories, and in particular ticket machine nightmares.
Last updated 4th May, 2013
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