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Aylesbury Arm (Grand Union Canal)

The Aylesbury Arm of the Grand Union Canal was completed in 1815.

Bridge on Aylesbury Branch of Grand Union Canal Aylesbury Branch, Grand Union Canal, courtesy of stephengg, Flickr

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The arm branches off from the Grand Union Canal at Marsworth, near the Tring reservoirs, less than a mile from the start of the Wendover Arm, and heads west for six and a quarter miles to the county town of Buckinghamshire.

Once in Aylesbury you can visit the town's impressive new theatre, take advantage of the many eating and drinking options or visit the Town's County Museum and Roald Dahl Children's Gallery.

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