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This is for my son who lived in Great Linford close to this location, there are footpaths the final approach can be muddy but strollers should be ok.
You are looking for a well hidden rock at; N 52° 04.026 W 000° 45.405
Written as Great Linford to distinguish it from the even Smaller Little Linford, the village is another on the Grand Union Canal. The name Linford is thought to derive from the crossing point over the River Ouse which now separates Great Linford from Little Linford to the north, where there were linden trees. It appears in the Domesday Book as Linforde. Today, the outer buildings of the seventeenth-century Linford Manor form an Arts Centre, and the house itself is a prestigious recording studio.
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