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Adderley Park:
The gentleman on the right seems to be quite keen to be somewhere warmer, but ...

London and Birmingham Railway 
Ken Strachan [24/03/2013] Ref: 42528


Adderley Park:
Thank goodness it's warmed up since March! A wintery view looking East at ...

London and Birmingham Railway 
Ken Strachan [24/03/2013] Ref: 43124


Adderley Park:
A Pendolino (destination unknown) heading East, about to pass through Adderley ...

London and Birmingham Railway 
Ken Strachan [24/03/2013] Ref: 42489


Barnwell:
The former wayside station at Barnwell is now adjacent to the Oundle bypass, ...

London and Birmingham Railway 
Ken Strachan [21/07/2013] Ref: 43909


Berkhamsted:
Call that a train... tee, hee... 350242 at Berkhamsted on 17 September ...

London and Birmingham Railway 
Veronica Clibbery [17/09/2010] Ref: 30949


Birmingham Curzon Street:
The 1837 Birmingham station terminus at Curzon Street, built for the London and ...

London and Birmingham Railway 
Ewan Crawford [30/06/2004] Ref: 22382


Locations along this line: Adderley Park Barnwell Berkhamsted Birmingham Curzon Street Birmingham International Birmingham Landor Street Freightliner terminal Birmingham New Street Bletchley Blisworth Bugbrooke Camden Canley Coventry Euston Hampton-in-Arden Harrow and Wealdstone Kenilworth Kilsby Tunnel Leighton Buzzard Lilbourne London Euston Milton Keynes Milton Keynes Central Northampton Bridge Street Nuneaton Nuneaton Trent Valley Primrose Hill Tunnel Queens Park (London) Roade Rugby Stechford Tile Hill Tring Watford Junction Welton Wembley Yard Wigsthorpe Willesden Willesden Junction Willesden MPD Wolverton