Radley nameboard and Abingdon train
Radley nameboard and Abingdon train
Courtesy of the Great Western Trust
Station staff in the 1890s
Radley Station staff in the 1890s
Courtesy of Jean Deller
Station and staff in the 1920s
Radley station and staff in the 1920s
Courtesy of the Great Western Trust

Radley Station


Saturday 15th June 10:00am - 4:00pm

Whilst not being one of the original stations when the Didcot to Oxford line opened, Radley has a long association with the railway.

At Radley Station we hope to have:

  • Decorated station platforms
  • Costumed staff
  • Refreshments
  • Display of railway pictures and artefacts
  • Story tellers relating tales about Radley and the railway
  • Activities for families and children
  • Copies of the book Radley People and the Railway, 1843-2013 for sale

Further information

Contact us for more information, or to find out how you can get involved.

How to FIND US

Members of the public are reminded that the line through Radley Station is very busy with fast trains passing throughout the day, so sensible care must be taken at all times to ensure one's own safety and that of others.
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There is ramped access between the car park and the Oxford platform. However, the only means of crossing between here and the Didcot bound platform is via the footbridge. There is no other way to access or leave the Didcot platform.