Tag Archives: Chiltern Railways

Least Used Station in Buckinghamshire

It was my birthday a few weeks ago and my old school friend, David Wilkinson, sent me a most unusual and interesting present. It was a link to the YouTube video below.   It’s part of a series of videos … Continue reading

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Why The Permit To Travel Machine Was Dead As A Dormouse

…because it was inhabited by a family of them. The Metro today plus the Daily Mirror and Daily Mail have a story featuring Little Kimble station, which I can see across the fields out of our back windows. A family … Continue reading

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In another interesting, perhaps subliminal, connection with the underground, I’m a recently joined member of a group called Metroland Poets. As might be inferred, this is a group of poets from Metroland: the area made famous (or perhaps notorious) as … Continue reading

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