(Cotswold & Cherwell
Valley Lines plus others)
The station was rebuilt in 1890s with new wooden buildings which lasted until the early 1970s  when the buildings were replaced by standard CLASP structures . A new main building and footbridge was built in 1990.
Oxford was a stop for GWR services out of London Paddington for many years but in 2016 it was also served by Chiltern Railways trains from London Marylebone. Oxford is also served by Cross Country.
|A GWR service prepares to depart|
|Looking down the platforms|
|A Cross Country service prepares to depart|
|GWR 165 106 stands at Oxford|
|A GWR (in FGW livery) 166 under the footbridge|
|FGW 165 135 at Oxford|
 Vic Mitchell & Keith Smith, Didcot to Banbury (Middleton Press, 2003) p. 3
 Ibid. Fig. 46
 Chris Heaps, BR Diary 1968-1977 (Ian Allan, 1988) p. 60