(Marston Vale Line)
Next to the station is a level crossing, which was manually operated until the 1960s. Automatic barriers were fitted in 2004. The station has been unstaffed since 1968, the original station building was demolished by a lorry!
The station was one of Britain's least used in the early 2000s though there were no moves to close it. Patronage has increased and is now around ten thousand a year.
|LNWR 230 004 departs bound for Bedford|
|A look down the platform, the level crossing can be seen on the right|
|A view down the platform|
|There isn't a huge lot at the station, or nearby!|
|LNWR 230 004 arrives bound for Bletchley|
 Vic Mitchell & Keith Smith, Bletchley to Cambridge (Middleton Press, 2007) Fig. 55