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Milton keynes Train Station

The history of Milton Keynes Train Station started in the mid-70s but took off in 1978 just after a deal was done on cost sharing. In 1979, the Milton Keynes Train Station’s architect designed the station’s building to either side framing the vista uphill and a new station square along midsummer boulevard and midsummer sunrise. Milton Keynes Train Station was brought into operation on 14th of May 1982. It started with an official opening by prince of Wales Charles three days later but the adjacent office wing was fully completed three years later. Bletchley rain station uses to be the main station before Milton Keynes Train Station was opened in Milton Keynes.

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  • Nearest Railway Station:Milton Keynes Central

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