Bicester Town Council

Bicester Town Council

BICESTER TOWN RAILWAY STATION c1972 aerial photo vintage Aerofilms | eBay

BICESTER TOWN RAILWAY STATION c1972 aerial photo vintage Aerofilms | eBay

Bicester Town War Memorial

Bicester Town War Memorial

PHOTO  1979 BICESTER TOWN RAILWAY STATION 1979 THE FORMER LNWR RAILWAY STATION A

PHOTO 1979 BICESTER TOWN RAILWAY STATION 1979 THE FORMER LNWR RAILWAY STATION A

The blog-- http://hrhduchesskate.blogspot.com/ - tracks the Duchess of Cambridge's every morning.  Here's today's report: Duchess Kate has been spending the weekend in Berkshire with her family. She was seen in outlet shopping mall Bicester Village yesterday. Located in the heart of Oxfordshire and just sixty minutes from London, Bicester is easily accessible for those of you in the UK and every shopaholics dream :)

The blog-- http://hrhduchesskate.blogspot.com/ - tracks the Duchess of Cambridge's every morning. Here's today's report: Duchess Kate has been spending the weekend in Berkshire with her family. She was seen in outlet shopping mall Bicester Village yesterday. Located in the heart of Oxfordshire and just sixty minutes from London, Bicester is easily accessible for those of you in the UK and every shopaholics dream :)

Rooftop view of bicester. Town England photo birdseye

Rooftop view of bicester. Town England photo birdseye

LNWR railcar at Bicester Town railway station

LNWR railcar at Bicester Town railway station

Postcard: Bicester London road, Railway Station, this station is now known as Bicester Village railway station. Originally part of the LNWR until absorbed into the LMS, Bicester London road, as known by us locals as it stands right next to the London road (A41) it was closed in 1968 under the mad "Beeching" axe, the original line was known as the "Varsity Line" which linked Oxford and Cambridge the station reopened as Bicester Town in 1987 or though by this time it had lost a platform and…

Postcard: Bicester London road, Railway Station, this station is now known as Bicester Village railway station. Originally part of the LNWR until absorbed into the LMS, Bicester London road, as known by us locals as it stands right next to the London road (A41) it was closed in 1968 under the mad "Beeching" axe, the original line was known as the "Varsity Line" which linked Oxford and Cambridge the station reopened as Bicester Town in 1987 or though by this time it had lost a platform and…

First Great Western Link was a train operating company in the United Kingdom owned by FirstGroup that operated the Thames Trains franchise from April 2004 until March 2006. First Great Western Link ran passenger services from along the Great Western Main Line from London Paddington to Greenford, Windsor & Eton Central, Marlow, Henley, Reading, Bedwyn, Oxford, Bicester Town, Worcester, Hereford and Stratford-upon-Avon and the Reading to Basingstoke and Gatwick Airport services.

First Great Western Link was a train operating company in the United Kingdom owned by FirstGroup that operated the Thames Trains franchise from April 2004 until March 2006. First Great Western Link ran passenger services from along the Great Western Main Line from London Paddington to Greenford, Windsor & Eton Central, Marlow, Henley, Reading, Bedwyn, Oxford, Bicester Town, Worcester, Hereford and Stratford-upon-Avon and the Reading to Basingstoke and Gatwick Airport services.

Bicester Town roof tops

Bicester Town roof tops

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