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A very quiet & rural railway station, situated between Denham & Gerrards Cross.
Railway type and traffic
Mostly served and passed through by Chiltern Railway's Turbos there is occasional freight traffic and the Marylebone to Birmingham Moor Street Class 67 hauled services.
A quiet railway station, with some houses nearby.
From the M40, Junction 1: Head north on the Oxford Road/A40 towards Amersham and Denham, keeping in the right hand lane. Turn right onto the A412 towards Rickmansworth and Denham Green. After about 1/5 mile turn left towards Higher Denham. Follow this road as it curves round to the right and shortly after this you will reach the railway bridge. Turn left before the bridge and park on Upper Street.
The station is on a straight section of track that runs roughly east to west. In the morning the light is best on the Down (Gerrards Cross bound direction) side of the line, in the afternoon it is best on the Up (London direction bound) side.
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