Leighton Buzzard Railway

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Leighton Buzzard Railway offers a 70-minute round trip from Page's Park to Stonehenge Works, which is in the Bedfordshire countryside to the north of the town. The current track is just under 3 miles (4.8km) long. The original line continued for another 0.75 mile (1 km) to Double Arches, and restoration of this section is a long-term objective.

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From the town centre: Follow the brown steam train signs southwards, in the direction of Aylesbury and Dunstable. The station is at the southern end of Page’s Park--look out for the brown direction sign opposite our entrance.

From the Milton Keynes direction: Take the new A4146 dual-carriageway from the south of Milton Keynes, signposted Aylesbury and Leighton Buzzard. At the A418 (Aylesbury) roundabout, this becomes a single carriageway. Follow signs for A505 Dunstable, and turn left towards Leighton Buzzard at the roundabout where “Narrow Gauge Railway” is signed. Go straight ahead at traffic lights and at two further roundabouts. The station entrance is on the right, just before the park.

From the Hemel Hempstead direction: Follow the northbound A4146 towards Leighton Buzzard, and go straight ahead at the A505 roundabout. Continue straight ahead at traffic lights and at two further roundabouts. The station entrance is on the right, just before the park.

From the Dunstable direction: North of Dunstable, take the A505 westwards from its junction with the A5, signposted Aylesbury. At the roundabout junction with the A4146, where “Narrow Gauge Railway” is signed, turn right towards Leighton Buzzard, and proceed as from Hemel Hempstead.

From the Aylesbury direction: Take the A418 eastwards as far as the A4146 roundabout, then turn right following signs to A505 Dunstable, and proceed as from Milton Keynes.

From the Bedford direction: Take the A421 into Milton Keynes, then follow the A4146, signposted Aylesbury and Leighton Buzzard, and proceed as from Milton Keynes.

From the M1: Northbound, take Junction 12, and follow the A5120 to the north of Dunstable, turning right on to the A5. Then proceed as from Dunstable. Southbound, follow the A509 towards Milton Keynes from Junction 14, then at the first roundabout take the A4146 (signposted Aylesbury), and proceed as from Milton Keynes.


By bus: Service 36C runs hourly between Page’s Park station, the town centre and main-line station, but not at weekends or Bank Holidays. Service 73 runs on the same route, but less frequently, and not on Sundays or Bank Holidays.

Services 32 & 33, to and from the town centre, stop outside Morrison’s supermarket in Lake Street, a short walk from Page’s Park station along Billington Road, but do not run on Sundays or Bank Holidays. Service 70 operates daily from Leighton Buzzard main-line station and town centre to Luton, and also stops outside Morrison’s.

For more information about bus services in Bedfordshire, phone 0871 200 2233 (UK only).


Linslade wharf, on the Grand Union Canal, is between the main-line station and the town centre.


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