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The Marston Vale Line - A Scenic British Railway!

Scenic Britain by Train BookletThe rail network of the UK has lots of scenic areas, passing through majestic countryside and stunning scenery. This popular guide, in it's sixth edition now, gives you all the information you need to explore the scenic areas by train.

We are pleased to say that, once again, the Marston Vale Line has been included in this guide. While we were unable to get on the front cover like we did last year, we have managed to get an entry, and we hope that people will be attracted to our popular and scenic railway.

Whether you are interested in visiting the Marston Vale Line, or you are an existing user wishing to explore Britain by train, then feel free to use this guide. You can download the guide by following the below link. If you want a paper copy, then please contact the Association of Community Rail Partnerships.

Scenic Britain by TrainScenic Britain by Train (PDF, 3.5mb)

Notes for Editors

The Marston Vale Community Rail Partnership is led by Bedfordshire Rural Communities Charity in association with Bedfordshire County Council, London Midland, Milton Keynes Council, Bedford Borough Council, Mid Bedfordshire District Council, Bedford to Bletchley Rail Users’ Association, the Forest of Marston Vale and the Bedfordshire and Milton Keynes Associations of Town and Parish Councils.

The Partnership has been set up to act as a bridge between the rail industry and the community to encourage more people to use the train for travel to work and leisure, and to share their views and ideas for improving their railway.

The Partnership will be overseeing a range of projects throughout 2008.

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