The Bedford to Bletchley Rail Users' Association
"Supporting rail in the Marston Vale"

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There are many opportunities for enjoyable walks and leisure activities from stations on the Bedford to Bletchley rail line.  Leaflets giving details of riverside walks in Bedford are available from the tourist office and library.  

Visit Stations on the line for links to tourist and other attractions or click here for details of the Marston Vale Timberland Trail.

Millbrook Goods Office

The Goods Office, Millbrook, now privately owned and restored.

The following walks are suggestions, suitable for most ages, but not advisable with pushchairs.  The length of the walks is generally between one and two hours depending on stops made at places of interest.  All walks begin and end at stations on the Marston Vale rail line.

Fenny Stratford circular walk

Stewartby to Millbrook walk, via Stewartby Lake

Bow Brickhill circular walk

Ridgmont 'Clay Walk' circular walk

In 2000 BBRUA, with funding from Bedfordshire Rural Communities Charity published the leaflet 'Leisure rail through the Marston Vale'. 

To obtain copies, send a stamped addressed envelope to BBRUA, 23 Hatfield Crescent, Bedford MK41 9RA.

Seen here is BBRUA chairman Richard Crane with Stephen Sleight from the Bedfordshire Rural Communities Charity.



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