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Lrd

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Is that not a connection for Paddington?
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It does run through to London, but is a stopping service and gets taken over by a later service, which is why it suggests you change at Didcot.

http://www.opentraintimes.com/schedule/C21389/2012/7/26
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In fact, looking even closer it is is scheduled to depart after the 0630, at 0631 from Didcot.
 

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Is that not a connection for Paddington?
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It does run through to London, but is a stopping service and gets taken over by a later service, which is why it suggests you change at Didcot.

http://www.opentraintimes.com/schedule/C21389/2012/7/26

They have pulled the Reading stop without telling anyone??? for a sporting event.

The timetable says no changes until September.
 

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It's actually booked to stop at platform 9 at 0658 and depart at 0659 but isn't shown in the timetable.

That's confusing.

(Go to detailed mode on opentraintimes)
 

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The coding indicates that the change is from 17 September:

Two seperate (non connecting) trains:
2L18 0607 Oxford-Reading arr 0658 and
1L91 0657 Reading-London arr 0749

Become one through train
1L91 0607 Oxford-London arr 0749

Cant see any logical reason, apart from thinking it must be stock related.

Unrelated but the 2L33 (0627 Banbury - Oxford) moves to 0640 from the same date.
 
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