The Marston Vale Line (Network Rail route MD 140) is the community rail line between Bletchley and Bedford in England, formerly part of the "Varsity Line" between Oxford and Cambridge.
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... Bletchley (change for Northampton Line) Fenny Stratford Bow Brickhill Woburn Sands Aspley Guise Ridgmont Lidlington Millbrook Stewartby Kempston Hardwick Bedford St Johns Bedford (change ...
... Fenny Stratford station, in common with others on the Marston Vale Line, is covered by the Marston Vale Community Rail Partnership, which aims to increase use of the line by involving local people ...
2005, Silverlink announced their intent to extend their Marston Vale service via the West Coast Main Line to Milton Keynes Central, where a new platform and track would be built (alongside the slow ... prepare for a service connection from the Marston Vale line ... Additionally, in 2008 Marston Vale made the shortlist of 15 potential locations for the building of 10 new Eco-towns in England ...
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