Local rail travellers are advised that the branch line and commuter weekday schedule has been adjusted slightly with effect from Monday 3 July.
Morning peak services out of Henley are unchanged until the 0902 service. For those with peak tickets, there is now a direct connection at Twyford to arrive in PAddington at 0952 instead of 1019. Off peak travellers should alight at Maidenhead where they can take one of the new electric trains four minutes later for the previous 1019 arrival time.
On the way home, the existing 1706, 1711 and 1805 services continue to run.
However, the previous 1810 Paddington to Henley service is now an electric service and only runs to Maidenhead. Off peak ticket holders can take this train for a connection to Twyford and a change for Henley. Alternatively, take the 1812 slow service direct to Twyford, or even the 1818 fast train (although there will then be a 30 minute wait). Those with peak tickets can also take advantage of the new fast connection from the non-stop 1847 Paddington to Twyford train. All of these connect to leave Twyford at 1914 and arrive in Henley at 1926.
Other services are broadly unchanged, but travellers please note NOT to jump on the 2018 train any more. It only runs to Maidenhead. Take the 2022 Paddington to Twyford service instead and be home for 2104.
Please note there are minor changes to branch timings in both directions during the early evening period. Pick up a new pocket timetable at Henley station or download here. It’s also possible to generate and print your own personal timetable via http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/ and going to “timetables” in the bottom right hand corner.
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