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Caption for Linslade, The Grand Union Canal C1960: The coming of firstly the Grand Union Canal and then the railways, led to the establishment of modern Linslade at its present location. The place name dates back to the 11th century, but the original village fell into disuse and no trace of it remains today. Until 1966, Linslade was a small, mainly Victorian town located in Buckinghamshire. Local government boundary changes brought Leighton Buzzard and Linslade together into the town of Leighton- Linslade and placed them both in Bedfordshire. The River Ouzel - the original boundary between the counties - divides the jointly-named town.

An extract from Bedfordshire Living Memories.

Memories of Linslade

I can't believe no-one has bothered to write about LINSLADE, it may not be well known to the 'outsiders' but it's still worth a mention. My great-uncle, Robert Graham, used to work on Linslade railway station, he knew the man that got hurt when The Great Train Robbery took place, my uncle wasn't on duty at the time, (...Read full memory)

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