|Type:||National Rail (London
When the Metropolitan Railway became part of London Underground Wendover was one of the stations on the Metropolitan Line although served by steam services (steam locomotives taking over from electric locomotives at Rickmansworth ). The decision was made to only electrify the Metropolitan as far as Amersham thus when steam hauled trains ceased on the Metropolitan Line in 1961 only British Railway services served Wendover from then on. British Railways took the station over.
Wendover is now managed by Chiltern Railways who run all services to and from the station on the Aylesbury to London Marylebone line. The station was modernised during the Network South East era with further changes in 2013 when a new footbridge with lifts was built. The old footbridge is still in place but has no access to the platforms, instead being used by people crossing the station.
|Chiltern 165 021 departs heading for Aylesbury Vale Parkway|
|The old station footbridge|
|A Chiltern service arrives, the main station building and new footbridge can be seen|
|Main station building|
|Under the canopy|
|View down the platform as a Chiltern service departs|
 Mike Horne, The Metropolitan Line (Capital Transport, 2003) p. 16
 Ibid. p. 69