|Type:||National Rail (London
The Metropolitan Railway reached Aylesbury in 1892  though served a separate station, Aylesbury (Brook Street) next to the original station. Two years later this closed and the Metropolitan Railway used the GWR station  which was rebuilt and expanded in 1893. The Grand Central Railway reached Aylesbury in 1899 and Aylesbury became a stop on the Great Central Main Line out of London Marylebone.
From 1948 Aylesbury became the terminus of the Metropolitan Line, though trains were steam hauled from Rickmansworth onward. However after electrification as far as Amersham London Underground discontinued the use of steam and services beyond Amersham ceased in 1961.
Aylesbury was in a poor state by the 1980s but was renewed as part of Network South East's improvement of services out of Marylebone. A new maintenance depot was built next to the station in 1991 as the operational headquarters of the Chiltern Line .
Aylesbury is now managed by Chiltern Railways, recently it had had step-free access to the platforms added.
|Chiltern 165 002, the main station building in the background|
|Looking North, this train will terminate at Aylesbury Vale Parkway|
|Chiltern 168 003 on the storage siding|
|Busy scene with all three platforms occupied|
|Chiltern 165 038 in the depot|
|View down the platform|
 Mike Horne, The Metropolitan Line (Capital Transport, 2003) p. 16
 Vic Mitchell & Keith Smith, Branch Lines to Princes Risborough (Middleton Press, 2003) Fig. 1
 Ibid. Fig. 12