1986 Roads. Transport.
The main A4129 crosses the area diagonally from North West to South East. In the South East corner this is joined by the B4009 which runs along the route of the Lower Icknield Way, a roman road, which was the ancient track parallel to the Chiltern escarpment along the edge of the clay. The whole area is criss-crossed by footpaths and bridle ways. Transport. Public transport is very sparse in this area. There is a bus to Thame and back on Market days (Tuesdays) and to Aylesbury and back on Wednesdays Fridays when it is market day there. The nearest station is Princes Risborough. The Paddington to Birmingham railway line cuts the area diagonally. The southern line across the S.W. corner is now only used to supply the Thame Petrol Depot.
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