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Cholsey and Wallingford Railway - Events

Bank Holiday trains - 25 & 26 August 2019

Enjoy the last bank holiday of the summer with a trip on the Bunkline

Bunkfest - 31 August & 1 September 2019

Enjoy Wallingford's premier festival with music, dancing and beer! As usual we will musicians on each and every train to entertain you as well as draught and bottled beers and ciders at competitive prices. We will also have a special bar on Wallingford Station.

Agatha Christie Weekend - 7 & 8 September 2019

Agatha Christie is buried in St Mary's church, right by the line in Cholsey.  Wallingford Museum and other parts of the town and villages celebrate her life and works.

1940s Weekend - 28 & 29 September 2019

One of the CWR's most popular themed events in 2018 and not to be missed with living history displays, "Talk's in the Toad", War time vehicles and other 1940s displays around the Station Site along with period dress and "vintage teas"

Hallowe'en Trains - 26 October 2019

Gifts for children aged 1 - 7 distributed by the 'Witch of Wallingford'. Are you brave enough to face the Witch of Wallingford so close to All Hallows' Eve?

Cholsey and Wallingford Railway
Cholsey and Wallingford Railway

Who to contact

01491 835067
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Where to go

Cholsey and Wallingford
Hithercroft Road
OX10 9GQ

Costs and Fee Information

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Facilities and Accessibility

Wheelchair access
Car Parking
Refreshments available to purchase
Additional Information

Tickets may be purchased at either station. At Wallingford, there is a new museum and souvenir shop with second-hand books and a good range of souvenirs.

Light refreshments are available at the Trackside Café with adjoining picnic area. The Museum is housed in this historic Cambrian & Railway coach

Parking is available at both stations, with free off-road parking at Wallingford.

Toilets are available at both stations but not on the trains. Disabled toliet at Wallingford town centre (Radar key required).

Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead at all times. They should not be allowed on the seats in the trains.

Pushchairs and bicycles are welcomed onto the trains free of charge, but should be stowed in the guards van.

Wallingford Station provides facilities for disabled passengers including:

  • Level access to assisted ticket office
  • Ramp to station shop, platform and train 
  • If required, refreshments can be served on board the train. 
  • See fare chart for special concessions for disabled Visitors and Carers

Cholsey Station is served by Great Western Railway trains.

Accessing this service

Age Ranges
For all
Booking / Registration Required

Provision For

Supporting people with
Mobility problems
Physical impairment
Data last checked: 06/08/2019
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