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Line of Route Attractions

This section guides you through both hidden treasures and the more familiar attractions.


Now part of greater Milton Keynes but with a special place in history, Bletchley is home to the world famous Enigma machine.

Leighton Buzzard

A traditional market town (markets held Tuesdays and Saturdays) with quaint shopping mews off the Market Square.


The Old Swan, a delightful pub and restaurant, dates back to 1753 or thereabouts and has a traditional English countryside appeal with its thatched roof.


Shoes, clothes, sport and history are in abundance in this historic county town.


They say that Wolverton offers ‘shopping as it used to be’ and you cannot argue with that. This is a railway town and local people are proud of it.

Milton Keynes

If you think that you know all about Milton Keynes, think again! MK embraces five old villages that still exist today.


The railway station was built to service the mills and its employees. The Paper Trail Project is a fantastic way of bringing history alive.

Kings Langley

This town simply oozes history. William the Conqueror visited on his way to London and the surrounding countryside offers fatastic walks.


Shop to your heart’s content, enjoy a meal, take a walk, go to the theatre or discover the history of this bustling market town.


Antiques, rare animals, Anne Boleyn, a Shakespearian open air theatre and a Glis Glis or two!


Nestling in the Chiltern Hills this town is the perfect place for a day out.

Hemel Hempstead

Henry VIII visited the town with Ann Boleyn, so why not follow their royal footsteps?