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Encyclopedia > Tring railway station

Tring railway station is 1.5 miles outside the small town of Tring in the village aptly named Tring Station, beside Grand Union Canal and actually nearer the village of Aldbury. The station is now an important marshalling point for commuter trains from here for all stations to London Euston. Tring is a small market town in the Chiltern Hills in Hertfordshire, England with a population 13,000. ... The canal at Braunston The Grand Union Canal is a canal in England and part of the British canal system. ... Aldbury is a village in Hertfordshire in England, near the borders of Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire. ... Facade of Euston Station, London Euston Arch: the original Euston Station, as enlarged, ca 1851 Euston station concourse Euston station (also known as London Euston), is a large railway station in Central London. ...


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Berkhamsted   Silverlink
West Coast Main Line

National Rail uses the BR double arrow logo National Rail is a brand name describing the passenger rail service previously provided by British Rail, the now defunct UK state-owned rail operator. ... Berkhamsted railway station is in the town of Berkhamsted, just beside Berkhamsted Castle. ... A Silverlink County train at Rugby (before the company stopped running to Rugby) Silverlink is a regional franchise in the British railway system, with routes in north London and from London to Northampton. ... The WCML at Rugby The West Coast Main Line (WCML) is one of the most important intercity railway lines in the United Kingdom, part of the British railway system. ... Cheddington railway station is a little way outside the village of Cheddington, near Mentmore. ...

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