|Original company||Great Western and Great Central Joint Railway|
|Post-grouping||GW & GC Joint|
|1 April 1929||Station opened|
|7 January 1963||Station closed|
Ilmer Halt railway station was a former halt on the Great Western and Great Central Joint Railway serving the village of Ilmer in Buckinghamshire.
The Great Western & Great Central Joint Committee was created on 1 August 1899 with the dual objective of providing the Great Central Railway with a second route into London, bypassing the Metropolitan Railway; and of providing the Great Western Railway with a shorter route to the Midlands.
The line ran from Northolt Junction to Ashendon Junction; the central section of its route was an existing GWR line. North of Princes Risborough a new line was constructed, which opened for goods on 20 November 1905, and for passengers on 2 April 1906.
The station was closed in 1963. The halt was demolished and little remains.
|Preceding station||Historical railways||Following station|
Line open, station closed
|Great Western and Great Central Joint Railway||Princes Risborough|
Line and station open