|Type:||National Rail (Aylesbury-
Princes Risborough Line)
It is a simple station with just a single platform and a few basic facilities such as a ticket machine and a permit to travel machine. As well as the two destinations mentioned above some trains also go straight through to London Marylebone.
Monks Risborough and the branch line it lies on have always been fairly quiet. In steam days a single carriage autotrain was usually sufficient and the branch line became the last bastion of the British Railway first generation DMU with Class 121 "Bubble Cars" still operating on the line until this year .
|Chiltern 165 005 departs bound for Aylesbury|
|In case you lose your bearings|
|Permit to travel machine|
|Looking towards Princes Risborough|
 Kevin McCormack, The Western Around London (Ian Allan, 2004) p. 77
 "Bubbles blown for last time", Modern Railways (May 2017) p. 58