Bow Brickhill is well situated for practically all forms
of travel: road, bus, train, air and even canal.
Bow Brickhill is within easy reach
of junctions 13 and 14 of the M1 and also the A5.
There is a bus service from the
village. For full details of Milton Keynes travel services visit the
local travel information site.
train journey bookings
In 1846 the railway line came to Bow Brickhill and after a few years the
service was extended to run from Oxford to Cambridge. Today passengers
trains on the Marston Vale Line run only between Bletchley and
Bedford. For information about the line and places en route
visit the Bedford to Bletchley Rail
Users' Association or the Marston
Vale Community Rail Partnership The Bedford to Bletchley
Rail Users Association campaigns
actively to keep the line open and is always looking for new members.
East West Rail
is a major project to establish
a strategic railway connecting East Anglia with Central Southern and the
West of England.
Vandalism, suspicious persons on tracks and other railway crime should
be reported to British Transport
Police: Tel 0800 405040
LONDON LUTON AIRPORT is
just a few minutes drive from the village. More
THE GRAND UNION CANAL
The Grand Union, originally the
Grand Junction, Canal runs just a couple of miles from the village.
THE BEDFORD & MILTON KEYNES
A Trust has been formed to advance
plans for a new waterway between the River Ouse near Bedford to the
Grand Union Canal, south Milton Keynes.