Aylesbury

Aylesbury ( /ˈeɪlzbri/) is the county town of Buckinghamshire in South East England. However the town also falls into a notional geographical region known as the South Midlands an area that ecompasses the north of the South East, and the southern extremities of the East Midlands, and the western portion of the East of England. In the 2001 census the Aylesbury Urban Area, which includes Bierton, Fairford Leys, Stoke Mandeville and Watermead, had a population of 69,021, which included 56,392 for the Aylesbury civil parish.

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Aylesbury Canal Society
... The Aylesbury Canal Society is a waterway society on the Grand Union Canal, Buckinghamshire, England ... The society was launched in 1971 to promote the use of the Aylesbury Arm, and to run moorings leased from British Waterways ... Aylesbury Basin was sold by British Waterways to Aylesbury Vale District Council in 2007 ...
Aylesbury Urban Area - Reasons For Growth
... The Vale of Aylesbury is a large flat area of land, and therefore ideal for urban development ... other major factors contributing to the growth of Aylesbury were 1814- The opening of the Grand Union Canal branch to London and Birmingham 1839- Railway links to the ... Railway link to London 1960s- new housing encourages people to move to Aylesbury ...
Aylesbury High Street Railway Station - History
... The first station at Aylesbury was opened by the Aylesbury Railway on 10 June 1839 this was closed on 16 June 1889 when it was replaced by the second station, also ... to form the London and North Western Railway (LNWR), the Aylesbury Railway was absorbed by the LNWR ... British Railways (BR) renamed the station Aylesbury High Street on 25 September 1950 it was then closed to passengers on 2 February 1953 and then freight on 2 December 1963 ...
Aylesbury Urban Area - Transport - Railway - Today
... There are three stations serving the urban area, Aylesbury and Stoke Mandeville, both on the London to Aylesbury Line ... a new station opened in late 2008 with the name Aylesbury Vale Parkway situated on the NW outskirts of the town, at present this is now the terminus for services from London ... chancellor George Osbourne gave the go ahead for the East West Rail Link a project which in Aylesbury's case will see a reintroduction of passenger services north of the town for the first time since 1966 ...
Aylesbury, New Zealand
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