A wek of rail strikes began today, with commuters facing cancelled, delayed and disrupted services. 

Rail users across Oxfordshire will be severely affected by the industrial action today, Thursday (June 23) and Saturday (June 25) by the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT).

Rail journeys on the days inbetween the strikes will also be affected due to engineering work.

READ MORE: RAIL STRIKES: Travel chaos begins on first day of industrial action

If you need to get a train from Oxford today, these are the routes still scheduled for London, Banbury, Birmingham and Reading:  

Oxford to London

Trains from Oxford to London are still running throughout the afternoon.

However, the very last train into the capital leaves Oxford at 5.36pm and the next one does not run until 7.32am on Wednesday. 

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Oxford to Banbury

Trains from Oxford to Banbury are only running once every hour today. 

The last train from Oxford to Banbury is at just 3.39pm with the next train tomorrow morning at 7.55am. 

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Oxford to Reading

Travellers leaving Oxford to head to Reading can get trains this afternoon. 

However, the last train to leave Oxford to get to Reading departs at 5.36pm. 

The next train after that departs on Wednesday morning. 

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Oxford to Birmingham

Today there is only one train an hour to Birmingham. 

The final train to Birmingham from Oxford today leaves at 5.36pm and the next one is not until 9.39am tomorrow morning. 

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Oxford to Manchester

Trains from Oxford to Manchester are few and far between today, with the last one leaving at 5.36pm. 

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This story was written by Sophie Perry. She joined the team in 2021 as a digital reporter.

You can get in touch with her by emailing: sophie.perry@newsquest.co.uk

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