National Cycle Route 51 - Route - Milton Keynes To Oxford

Milton Keynes To Oxford

Milton Keynes | Winslow | Bicester | Oxford

From Milton Keynes Central railway station, the route goes over the railway on a pedestrian bridge, and follows paved routes in parkland past Furzton lake to the A421 junction with Buckingham Road. There is a cycleway here along Buckingham road to link with Bletchley railway station, and the NCR 51 continues southwest along bridleways.

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