These are local transport links and connections to F&BP yet remain out of reach due to not beings serviced by a public transport service.
F&BP Distance (Example)
Ascott-under-Wychwood Railway Station: 12 Miles (17 Minutes)
Charlbury Railway Station: 14 Miles. (23 Minutes)
Finstock Railway Station: 15 Miles. (25 Minutes)
Kemble Railway Station: 21 Miles. (35 Minutes)
Hanborough Railway Station: 13 Miles (25 Minutes)
Moreton-in-Marsh Railway Station: 21 Miles. (30 Minutes)
Oxford: 25 Miles. (70 Minutes)
Oxford Parkway Railway Station: 27 Miles. (80 Minutes)
Shipton Railway Station: 11 Miles. (16 Minutes)
Swindon: 15 Miles. (30 Minutes)
Witney: 10/12 Miles. (25 Minutes)
Cricklade: 16/18 Miles. (Proposed Future development) (29 Minutes)
Cirencester: 15 Miles. (Proposed Future development) (30 Minutes)
Carterton: 4 Miles. (Proposed Future development) (7 Minutes)
Destinations served by these stations:
Ascott-under-Wychwood Railway Station: Hereford/ Worcester – Oxford/London.
Charlbury Railway Station: Hereford/ Worcester – Oxford/ London.
Finstock Railway Station: Moreton-in Marsh – Didcot.
Hanborough Railway Station: Hereford/ Worcester – Oxford/ London.
Kemble Railway Station: Cheltenham/Gloucester - Swindon/London.
Moreton-in-Marsh Railway Station: London – Worcester/Hereford.
Oxford: Manchester, Birmingham, York, Newcastle, Leeds, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Southampton, Bournemouth, Reading, Didcot, London. North/South.
Oxford Parkway Railway Station: Bicester/London. (In Development: Reading/Bedford/Milton Keynes/Cambridge)
Shipton Railway Station: Didcot/London – Worcester/Great Malvern.
Swindon: Swansea, Carmarthen, Cardiff, Bristol, Bath, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Weston-super-Mare, Exeter, Plymouth, Penzance, London, Didcot, Reading. East/West.
Abingdon and Witney: Four campuses. Abingdon, Witney, Common Leys Farm and a new Construction Skills Centre in Bicester.
Swindon: Two campuses. New College Swindon, Queen’s Drive and New College Swindon, North Star.
Oxford Brookes University, Swindon.
Cirencester: Cirencester College and the Royal Agricultural University.
Oxford: 30-45. It goes to show how well connected the area we live in is, yet F&PB being in a prime location is cut off and criminally truly isolated.