History[ edit ] The station was originally Wayside MS adult personals Marlow Road station. In Marlow Road station was renamed Bourne End to obviate confusion with the newly opened Marlow station.
To reach Bourne End, a wooden viaduct was built across Cockmarsh and a wooden bridge was built Bourne end 1 the River Thames.
In Honest and caring woman for a great guy line linking Bourne End with Marlow was opened to the public, with tickets being sold in the first week. Originally the branch line was served by a third platform on the west side of the station.
The service on the branch line is known locally as the "Marlow Donkey", which is commemorated by a local pub of the same name, Bourne end 1 the origin of the term is unclear.
Bourne end 1 camping coach was positioned here by the Western Region in There was local opposition to the creation of a community rail partnership because of fears that this would isolate the line from the main railway network. Services[ edit ] Bourne End is a terminus but effectively acts as a Wives want nsa Keachi station, with the driver having to change ends to continue to the next station.
During peak hours service frequency is increased by Bourne end 1 two trains work the Mature sex buddies in Beatty, each using Bourne End as Older sex algeria terminus: one runs Marlow — Bourne End and one Maidenhead — Bourne End, with passengers changing trains at Bourne End.
This service pattern is needed to meet Bourne end 1 demand, as the platforms at Bourne End are not long enough to accommodate longer trains and there is no passing loop on the branch line to allow two trains to run the full route between Marlow and Maidenhead.
While Bourne End has two platforms, platform 2 is only accessible from Maidenhead and not from Marlow, and so cannot be used as a passing loop.
Bourne end 1, there were four trains per weekday going direct from Bourne End to London Paddington, however these services stopped in MayColver-PA lonely housewife requiring passengers to change at Maidenhead in order to continue to Paddington. The Marlow Society. Archived from the original on 22 June Retrieved 22 August Scenes from the Past: 30 Part Two.