SideTracked - Aylesbury II
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This micro is an addition to the SideTracked series of caches. GC1VV4A SideTracked – Aylesbury Town was archived on 31 May 2010 – so we thought we would bring one back to the county town of Buckinghamshire. Beware of muggles at this location – at peak times this can be a very busy area. Don't forget BYOP....
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The first station on the site was first opened in 1863 by the Wycombe Railway (later GWR). In 1868 the Aylesbury & Buckingham Railway (later Metropolitan Railway) connected to Aylesbury. The Metropolitan Railway connected from Little Chalfont in 1892, in which the station was rebuilt. The Great Central Railway connected to Aylesbury in 1899 from Annesley Junction just north of Nottingham on their 'London Extension' line to London Marylebone.
On the 14th December 2008, two miles of the line north of Aylesbury was reopened for passenger service, with regular passenger services running north of the station for the first time since 1966. This new service is to Aylesbury Vale Parkway opened by Chiltern Railways. (©Wikipedia)
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