|Type:||Transport for London
(Metropolitan Line) &
The Metropolitan Railway electrified the line as far as Rickmansworth in 1925. The station was used for the changeover between electric and steam locomotives until the line was electrified out to Amersham in the early 1960s .
The station has two platforms in use, the bay platform still exists but is seldom used nowadays. Rickmansworth is used as a crew changeover point for Metropolitan Line trains and there is also stabling nearby . Access between the two platforms is via a subway.
|A Chiltern 165 departs bound for Aylesbury|
|The platforms have LU roundels|
|View of the platforms sans trains|
|A Chiltern train prepares to depart|
|The station has LU and NR signage|
|Two Chiltern trains at Rickmansworth|
 Vic Mitchell & Keith Smith, Rickmansworth to Aylesbury (Middleton Press, 2005) Fig. 3
 Jason Cross, London Underground Guide 2017 (Train Crazy, 2017) p. 152