(Chiltern Main Line)
Before 1900 there was also a siding served by a tramway which carried yellow ochre for paint production. The station is located in Northamptonshire though the two stations either side (Banbury and Heyford) are in Oxfordshire.
Kings Sutton lost its good yard and footbridge in the 1960s with the latter replaced by a barrow crossing. However a near miss in 2005 where a passenger was nearly killed by a train led to a new footbridge being built and this was completed in 2006. Chiltern Railways manage the station though most services to Kings Sutton are operated by Great Western Railway.
|GWR 165 126 departs on an Oxford bound service|
|Platform shelter, better than the usual bus shelter!|
|View from the footbridge|
|Chiltern 165 038 stops on a Marylebone bound service|
|Freightliner 70 019 takes a freight through the station|
 Vic Mitchell & Keith Smith, Princes Risborough to Banbury (Middleton Press, 2002) p. 93