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This article is about the former railway station between Aylesbury and Quainton. For the station on the former Brill Tramway, see Waddesdon Road railway station. Waddesdon Location Place Waddesdon Local authority Aylesbury Vale Coordinates 51°51′16″N 0°53′58″W / 51.8545°N 0.8995°W / 51.8545; -0.8995Coordinates: 51°51′16″N 0°53′58″W / 51.8545°N 0.8995°W / 51.8545; -0.8995 History Opened by Metropolitan Railway Platforms 2 Key dates Opened 1897 Closed 1936 Replaced by none London Transport portal Waddesdon is a closed station that served the village of Waddesdon and its manor, to the north of Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, England. The station is not to be confused with Waddesdon Road railway station at the other end of the Waddesdon Manor estate on the Brill Tramway. Contents 1 History 2 Future 3 Routes 4 References 5 External links History A 1911 Railway Clearing House map of railways in the vicinity of Waddesdon (shown here as Waddesdon Manor) Railway stations and populated areas in the vicinity of Waddesdon, 1903. Waddesdon station is shown here as Waddesdon Manor. The station was first opened as Waddesdon Manor by the Metropolitan Railway on 1 January 1897.[1] "Manor" was dropped from the name on 1 October 1922.[1] It was the first station north of Aylesbury on the section of the Metropolitan Railway between Aylesbury and Verney Junction. The station was closed on 5 July 1936 following the Metropolitan Railway's absorption into the London Passenger Transport Board in 1933. The service was cut back to Aylesbury.[1] While open, the station was also served by former Great Central Main Line (running on the same tracks as the Metropolitan Line as far as Quainton Road) which was not itself closed down until the 1960s, under the Beeching Axe. Today the permanent way, now single-track, remains in place through the site of the station. One platform of the station (on the side remote from the remaining track) remains; the other has been demolished. The line is still used for the occasional freight train, as well as special services between Aylesbury and Quainton Road for events at the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre. Because of its association with the Metropolitan Line this station is considered to be one of the Closed London Underground stations although it is over 30 miles from London and is not underground. Future The line through the station may once again see trains running, as there are proposals to run services north of Aylesbury to Milton Keynes and Bedford on the Varsity Line. Routes Preceding station Disused railways Following station Quainton Road   British Railways Great Central Main Line   Aylesbury Quainton Road   Metropolitan Railway Until 1936   Aylesbury References ^ a b c Rose, Douglas (1999). The London Underground, A Diagrammatic History. Douglas Rose/Capital Transport. ISBN 1-85414-219-4.  External links London Transport Museum Photographic Archive Waddesdon station, 1934 London's Abandoned Tube Stations - Waddesdon v · d · eMetropolitan line Stations Central London section Aldgate · Barbican · Euston Square · Farringdon  · Great Portland Street · King's Cross St. Pancras  · Liverpool Street  · Moorgate Core section Baker Street · Finchley Road · Harrow-on-the-Hill  · Northwick Park · Preston Road · Wembley Park Uxbridge branch Eastcote · Hillingdon · West Harrow · Ickenham · Rayners Lane · Ruislip · Ruislip Manor · Uxbridge Outer section & branches Amersham  · Chalfont & Latimer  · Chesham · Chorleywood  · Croxley · Moor Park · North Harrow · Northwood · Northwood Hills · Pinner · Rickmansworth  · Watford Click to enlarge Rolling stock Present rolling stock A60 and A62 Stock · S Stock History Former companies Brill Tramway · Metropolitan Railway · Metropolitan and St John's Wood Railway · Aylesbury and Buckingham Railway Closed stations Brill · Granborough Road · Lord's · Marlborough Road · Quainton Road · Swiss Cottage · Uxbridge Road · Verney Junction · Waddesdon · Waddesdon Road · Westcott · Winslow Road · Wood Siding · Wotton Former stations Aylesbury  · Dollis Hill  · Great Missenden  · Kensington (Olympia)  · Kilburn  · Neasden  · Stoke Mandeville  · Wendover  · West Hampstead  · Willesden Green Transferred lines Aylesbury Line · East London Line · Hammersmith & City line · Jubilee line · Great Northern & City Railway Former rolling stock CP Stock · CO Stock · F Stock · MV Stock · MW Stock · O Stock · P Stock · P1 Stock · R Stock · S Stock · T Stock · U Stock · V Stock · VT Stock · W Stock · Circle Stock · GN&C Stock · Main Line Stock · Shuttle Stock Former locomotives A Class · B Class · C Class · D Class · E Class · F Class · G Class · H Class · K Class · Met Electric Camelback · MetVick Electric BoBo · Metropolitan departmental · ex GWR · Metropolitan Railway Peckett Saddle Tank · Wotton Tramway Metro-Land Metro-land · Metro-land (TV) Future proposals Croxley Rail link Croxley Rail Link · Ascot Road · Croxley · Croxley Green · Watford High Street · Watford Junction · Watford Stadium · Watford West Future rolling stock S Stock (Currently being rolled out) Other West Hampstead interchange London Underground · Transport for London London Transport portal v · d · eClosed railway stations in Buckinghamshire Banbury to Verney Junction Branch Line Fulwell & Westbury · Water Stratford Halt · Radclive Halt · Buckingham · Padbury · Verney Junction Metropolitan Railway Verney Junction · Winslow Road · Granborough Road Varsity Line Winslow · Swanbourne · Claydon · Marsh Gibbon and Poundon Brill Tramway Waddesdon Road · Westcott · Wotton · Wood Siding · Brill Wycombe Railway Bledlow · Loudwater · Wooburn Green · West Wycombe Great Central Railway Akeman Street · Waddesdon · Calvert · Wotton Newport Pagnell branch Bradwell · Great Linford · Newport Pagnell Great Western and Great Central Joint Railway Brill and Ludgershall · Dorton Halt · Haddenham · Ilmer Halt Other lines Aylesbury High Street · Bledlow Bridge Halt · Olney · Penn · South Aylesbury Halt · Twyford Bridge Halt · Castlethorpe