Just inside Oxfordshire, Banbury was a shared L+NWR/N+BJR terminus, becoming part of the SMJ in 1910, having opened as the original N+BJ terminus in 1871. Being a shared terminus Banbury had a sprawling footprint; the SMJ section having a wooden platform, goods facilities; including extensive cattle pens. Passenger services over the former SMJ were withdrawn in the early 1950's.
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