The Lee lunchtime stop

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The Lee lunchtime village

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Book 2, Walk 4, Chesham to Great Missenden 1

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Book 2, Walk 4, Chesham to Great Missenden 2

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Book 2, Walk 4, Chesham to Great Missenden

Blue sky tree, 9 Feb '08

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Book 2, Walk 4, Chesham to Great Missenden

A good day for floating, 9 Feb '08

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Near the start

Chesham Circular

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Chesham to Great Missenden walk

History

This is a list of previous times this walk has been done by the club (since Jan 2010). For more recent events (since April 2015), full details are shown.

Updated: Tue, 14-Jul-20

Date # Post
Tue, 25-Feb-20 2

Evening Walk - Chesham Circular

CW2 Walk 4 - Chesham Circular
Length: 11.8km (7.3 miles) - check

Catch the 17:59 Metropolitan line train from London Baker Street, arrives Chesham 18:46. Return trains from Chesham xx27, xx:57, until 23:27.

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I'm just checking that there will be others on this walk tonight ? I wouldn't normally mind but seeing as its an evening walk I would be wary of walking alone ....
Intend going. There will probably be at least 2.
Sorry changed my mind and not coming after all. Been invited out for dinner and it’s too cloudy and cold. Enjoy !
Just 2 night owls on this interesting winter evening outing. We started out under starry starry skies which gave way to a moderate (but fast moving) shower just before the dinner pub.....where we indulged in their Shrove Tuesday Pancake Dinner....The skies cleared again on the final stretch back to Chesham....several owls were heardalong the way....Always very atmospheric to explore the countryside in the dark....
There was no moon you walked by starlight alone?
Sun, 26-Jan-20 2

Sunday Walk: Chesham Circular

Book 2 walk 4 (variant)
11.8 km 7.3 miles Difficulty: 3/10
A walk in the Chilterns. Sweeping views, big trees. Not too long.
Travel:
There isn't a straight run on the Metropolitan line today. Get the Jubilee Line (10:10 from Baker Street) to Wembley Park and change there for the 10:33 Metropolitan Line to Chesham, arriving at 11:14. Use Tfl's Journey Planner to plot your own connection.
Trains return at xx:27 and xx:57, changing at Wembley Park.
A zones 1-9 travelcard will do you.
Lunch: the Bell Inn, Chartridge 01494 782 878.
Tea: Several places are listed. The Drawing Room in Frances Yard 01494 791 691 is a favourite - usually open till 5 on Sundays.
Directions: You need two sets of directions. You follow the main Chesham to Great Missenden directions (on the “Download Walk” button) as far as point [4] and the directions on the “Chesham Circular option” button thereafter.
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Only 2 brave souls turned up today. Walk was pleasant. Pub food okay 😉
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Sat, 21-Sep-19 4

Saturday Walk - Great Missenden Circular

CW2 4c Great Missenden Circular

Length: 16 km (10 miles). Toughness: 3/10

Catch the 10:27 from London Marylebone arrives Great Missenden 11:08.

Return trains: xx:02 xx:32

This is a walk option that uses the initial section of CW1 Walk 5 up to [3] to then use 4c walk directions for a Great Missenden Circular walk. All directions are contained in the main document including the CW1 Walk 5 directions up to [3].

Lunch at Cock & Rabbit, The Lee.

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With Saturday's coming high temperature in mind, does anyone know if this route is heavily wooded? Thank you.
Any locals out there?
We are on the train passing through Northwood at 10:21
3 of us started off from Great Missenden on what was a hot and sunny day. One of our number wanted to head onto Chesham, splitting off at Herberts Hole whereupon we were joined by 3 others who had set off from Chesham thus 4 for the scheduled walk. A delightful lunch at The Cock & Rabbit PH, The Lee with Twiglet in attendance, followed on by tea at The Stamp, Gt. Missenden.
*pub cat
Thanks to DAC for scheduling this fine walk and for keeping an avuncular eye on the rest of us to ensure we didn't stray off track.
Sat, 14-Sep-19 15

Saturday Walk - Chesham circular


A short stroll around Chesham (The Chesham circular option) for those who may prefer a shorter walk and who wish to get home in time for Strictly or The Last night of the Proms

Length 7.3 miles (12 km)
Toughness 2 out of 10

Getting there

Catch the 10:20 am Metropolitan Line from Baker Street (10:01 Aldgate, 10:03 Liverpool Street, 10:12 Kings X St. Pancras)
Alight at Chesham underground station at 11:15 am.
Full Metropolitan timetable Here

Getting back

Catch a Metropolitan train from Chesham underground station at 27 or 57 minutes past the hour (oxymoron warning).

Tickets

Buy an oyster/travelcard to cover your starting zone and zone 9


Maps

OS LandRanger Map No. 165. OS Explorer Map No. 181

Overview

A mildly undulating walk in the Chilterns with recommended stops for lunch at The Bell Inn and tea at the pleasantly quirky cafe The Drawingroom


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Is anybody thinking of doing the longer option Chesham to Great Missenden on this walk 15k
Yes I maybe up for that
Bridie

Train ticket from Great Missenden to London Marylebone will be £10.10.
Great walk..txs for posting
15 turned out on a pleasant sunny day.
Short walk it may be but blimey those hills! Who ever reckoned it was a 3?
Talk of doing the main walk to Great Missenden evaporated during the morning. I think most did the Lowndes Park end which was probably the better choice. The traditional finish involves a rather tedious kilometre along a suburban street.
Griping and whingeing aside, it was a pretty walk with stunning views and a friendly lunch pub that seemed to please.
There were two casualties of a seasonal nature, both suffering blackberry juice staining down their fronts. Sadly there is no known cure. Next time eat them with your mouth shut.
At the end, two walkers went to the Drawing Room. Others dissolved back into the shadows from whence they came .
After a beautiful walk we enjoyed a delicious afternoon tea at the Drawing Room,
in great company.
Many thanks to Mike for another fabulous walk.
Sun, 10-Feb-19 5

Sunday Walk: Chesham Circular or to Great Missenden

CW2 walk 4
11.8 km 7.3 miles (circular) or to Gt Missenden 9.6 miles
Difficulty 3/10
Take the Met Line all the way to the Chilterns. Sweeping views, big trees.
Travel:
Get the Metropolitan line to Chesham from Baker Street at 09:50 arriving Chesham at 10:44.
Trains return from Chesham at xx:27 and xx:57.
A zone 1-9 travel card will do you for the Circular.
The Great Missenden ending would require an additional single back to the boundary. Trains leave there at xx:32.
Lunch: The circular walk visits the Bell Inn, Chartridge 01494 782 878. Phoning advised. They say they can get fully booked on a Sunday, in which case, you might want to consider the full walk to Great Missenden which visits the The Cock and Rabbit, Lee Common 01494 837 540.
Tea: Several places are listed for Chesham: The quirky Drawing Room in Frances Yard 01494 791 691 is a favourite - it appears to be open till 5 but advisable to phone and check.
Your tea stop in Great Missenden would either be at the Roald Dahl Museum or one of the two pubs near the station.
Directions: here. You need the main directions plus the extra directions for the circular.
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Dear Mr M Tiger
This posting reminds me of the last time that I walked this route. We supped our tea at that favourite cafe of mine
http://the drawingroom.co.uk
which stands out as the best tea room on all of our walks. You might disagree with me but please note YOU ARE WRONG and seeing as this is an anonymous posting there is no redress.

Our short walk to the station after tea curiously led to two vehicles slowing down to have an oggle at the two of us who were at the front and this led to a discussion around prostitution and one of our group suggesting that she was up for swinging if we were not very gallant of us other three but we all demurred, if I get another chance I will agree next time. And then poetry occurred as a piece by Max Miller was quoted that goes 'I was walking along this narrow mountain pass so narrow that nobody else could pass you, when I saw a beautiful blonde walking towards me'. and I will have to leave the rest as it is too rude to put on here. Google will finish it off for you if you are curious
Oh Lor! Readers are assured there are no mountain passes on this walk, narrow or otherwise.
As there were four of us taking tea in the Drawing Room on that occasion I could hazard a guess as to the identity of anonymous. Luckily for them I am inclined to agree that the Drawing Room is a fine establishment, and definitely one of a kind. The Cock and Rabbit is another singular establishment, though for a different reason. But perhaps for not much longer as I saw the other day that it was for sale. Assuming that it survives as a pub I doubt the new owners will continue its retro Italian theme ...
Hey Bill
Now that is curious. I was also one of rhe walkers on that group of 4 and I felt the Anon piece of writing below might have been you. A bluff maybe? or one of the other two?

Not me guv!
4 walkers met at Chesham Station and a late starter joined us at the Bell Inn.
Rain during the morning and sunshine after lunch.
Beautiful vistas and charming walking companions made the day most enjoyable.
Thank you to Mr Tiger for posting this walk.
5 rain then sunshine after lunch
Sat, 22-Dec-18 8

A Chesham Christmas Circular

With the Central Line likely to be strikebound, we have decided to postpone the Greenford to Osterly walk originally offered this weekend.
In it's place, here is an alternative walk accessible from the Metropolitan Line.


Getting there:

Catch the 10:20 am Metropolitan Line train from Baker street to Chesham arriving there at 11:15 am


What tickets to buy:

Chesham is in TFL's zone 9, so you may used a pay-as-you-go Oyster or a travelcard covering your start zone and zone 9.


About the walk:

This is a 7.3 mile (12 km) walk based on the original Chesham to Great Missenden walk. You may download the Directions Here The GPX and KLM files which cover the original linear walk and this Chesham circular can be Downloaded Here

Lunch is at The Bell in Chartridge t: 01494 782878 half way through the walk.
There's plenty of tea shops in Chesham which you may find on the walks details which may be found Here


Getting Back:

TFL are advertising trains at 27 and 57 minutes past the hour from Chesham.

Walk not long enough? This walk shares it's initial leg with the Chesham to Great Missenden walk which is just under 10 miles/16 km long. You may find details of this option Here . I'd suggest posting a comment if you are intending to do this longer walk. (Bear in mind you'll also need to buy a single ticket from Great Missenden to Amersham if your using an Oyster)


Finally ...

Seasons greetings to one and all who have enjoyed walking with us during 2018 !


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Love the tree.
Merry Christmas to you too.
Thank you to Mike for a great walk, with stunning scenery and most entertaining company.
8 walkers walking, including one early starter who we caught up with at lunchtime. Six of us at ate the surprisingly quiet Bell at Chartridge, joined later by one of our sandwich eaters. One split from us at that point to do the alternative Great Missenden ending where they were going to meet up with a friend. Six of us left the pub together to complete the circular walk, two of who shot off on reaching Chesham to catch the tube, leaving four of us sample tea, hot chocolate and cake in the delightful Drawing Room (always worth a visit) before catching a later tube. One bailed out after two stops grateful for a short journey for once, the walk being on home territory. The other three were last seen sat on a departing met line train heading in a southerly direction.
Enough of numbers, 'twas a mild sunny day clouding over after lunch. There was some mud of the slippery variety, but nothing to write home about. Red kites abounded, along with the odd buzzard, but the alleged sighting of an osprey was sadly a figment of the fevered imagination of one of our number who shall remain nameless. We did, however, pass by some fine looking goats.
A fine day out in good company.
Sun, 21-Oct-18

Sunday Walk: Great Missenden Circular

Length 16 km 10 miles. Difficulty 3/10
A Chilterns walk that uses sections of two other walks (GM to Amersham and Chesham to GM) and visits the Cock and Rabbit for lunch.
Trains
From Marylebone, get the 9:57 Aylesbury Vale Parkway train arriving Great Missenden 10:38.
Return trains a bit erratic. Hourly at xx:29 to 15:29, then 15:59, 16:59, 17:29 and hourly again from 17:59. Why so? ask Chiltern Railways. Get a return to Great Missenden.
Lunch
The Cock and Rabbit, Lee Common 01494 837540.
Has appeared in Midsomer Murders as the Rose and Chalice.
Tea
There are two pubs near the station.
The Cross Keys is one (it doesn't do hot drinks).
The George Inn has recently re-opened as the George Ale House after a long campaign to save it.
The "Café at the Roald Dahl Museum", as 'Cafe Twit' is now known, should be open till 5. It hasn't been open on Sundays since flood damage closed the attraction. However, if the museum reopens this weekend as intended, the Cafe will resume normal hours. Splendiferous.
Directions
Are you sitting comfortably? Then I’ll begin. You need two sets of directions. These and these. You start off with the Alternative Great Missenden Circular directions. Rather illogically, you follow the second part of these directions before the first part (start on page 2, column 2, at “Book 1 Great Missenden directions to 3”. Then switch back to column 1 and follow those directions). These take you to point [4] in the main Chesham to Great Missenden directions, which you then follow, weeny weeny weeny all the way home.
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Sat, 13-Jan-18 14

Great Missenden Circular

CW2 4c Great Missenden Circular
Length: 16 km (10 miles). Toughness: 3/10

Catch the 10:27 from London Marylebone arrives Great Missenden 11:08.
Return trains: xx:02 xx:32 until 18:02 then xx:02 until 22:02.

Allow sufficient time to buy your ticket at Marylebone. Recently there have been queues for the ticket office and machines caused by the number of passengers travelling up to Bicester Village.


This is a rarely walked option that combines the initial section of CW1 Walk 5 up to [3] with a link section detailed in these Alternate walk directions for a Great Missenden Circular walk (this text also includes the CW1 Walk 5 directions up to [3]), to then link up with the CW2 Walk 4.

It may all seem a little convoluted; plan is to - after checking the directions on Saturday - to merge the 4b and 4c options into the CW2 Walk 4 pdf download.

Download directions required:

For the first section of the walk up to [4] in CW2 Walk 4 [link to option 4c].
Second section of the walk from [4] in CW2 Walk 4 [Link to CW2 Walk 4]

Lunch at Cock & Rabbit, The Lee. T=2.4c
Intend going.
14 on a dry still and overcast day. 4 with packed lunches opted to set off early from The Lee, leaving the remainder of us to enjoy a leisurely lunch at the Cock and Rabbit.
Sun, 03-Dec-17 8

Sunday Walk: Chesham Circular

Chesham Circular, Book 2 walk 4 (variant)
11.8 km 7.3 miles
3/10
Take the Met Line all the way to the Chilterns. Sweeping views, big trees. Not too long.
Travel:
Get the Metropolitan line to Chesham from Baker Street at 09:50 arriving Chesham at 10:44.
Trains return at xx:23 and xx:53
A Tfl zone 1-9 travel card will do you.
Tfl's Journey planner may help plan the journey from where you live.
Lunch: the Bell Inn, Chartridge 01494 782 878. I suggest phoning from the station.
Tea: Several places are listed: The quirky Drawing Room in Frances Yard 01494 791 691 is a favourite - it appears to be open till 5 but advisable to phone and check.
Directions: You need two sets of directions, both from this page
- the main Chesham to Great Missenden directions (on the "Download Walk" button). You follow these as far as point [4]. Apologies to anyone who did this stretch on Tuesday evening - but at least you now have a chance to see it in daylight.
- and the Chesham Circular directions (on the "Chesham Circular" button) for the rest of the walk.
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anyone is coming to this walk?
Oh dear, I'm such a dingbat, I came yesterday but somehow I managed to walk off with wrong hiking group ! When I realised my mistake I ran back to the station, but everyone from SWC had gone, and then I discovered that I'd left my smart phone at home so didn't have the instructions for the walk in order to follow you. Luckily all was not lost, I found a pleasant circular 9 miler to Little Missenden and back, and did that instead. I trust that you enjoyed your day and apologise if anyone was worried about me, and have learnt my lesson to always heed the first rule of Saturday Walkers Club !
8 cloudy but dry. Bell Inn was busy but squeezed us in. Six had an excellent tea in the delightfully quirky ambiance of The Drawing Room.
Tue, 28-Nov-17 3

Chesham to Great Missenden evening walk

CW2 4a - Chesham to Great Missenden
Length: 9.5km (5.9 miles)
Catch the 17:59 Metropolitan line train from Baker Street to Chesham arr. 18:46, to meet at 18:50 prompt outside the the entrance Chesham Station.

Finish up at The Cross Keys for a drink / meal.

Trains from Great Missenden back to London xx:29 xx:59 until 22:59

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Intend going.
3 night owls congregated outside the Chesham station for some nocturnal navigation under a three quarters moon with some nice surrounding stars. Our journey brought us across undulating terrain and through some woods in atmospheric low lighting...Mostly the route finding went smoothly aided by the fact that one in the party was very familiar with the route and the ambient light provided by the moon....Having kept a good pace, we arrived in Great Missenden at 9:15pm and enjoyed a tasty dinner at the Cross Keys before catching the last train back to London just before 23:00. Definitely a different and fun night out!
Sun, 18-Dec-16

Sunday walk 1 Chesham Circular

Chesham Circular, Book 2 walk 4 (variant)
11.8 km 7.3 miles
3/10

Take the Met Line all the way to the Chilterns. Sweeping views, big trees. Not too long.
Travel:
Get the Metropolitan line to Chesham from Baker Street at 09:50 arriving Chesham at 10:46. TfL's journey planner may help with your overall journey.
Trains return at xx:23 and xx:53
A zone 1-9 travel card will do you
Lunch: the Bell Inn, Chartridge 01494 782 878. I suggest phoning from the station. With Xmas being so close, pubs may be busy today. You might want to pack a snack or two just in case there's any problem.
Tea: Several places are listed in Chesham : The quirky Drawing Room in Frances Yard 01494 791 691 appears to be open till 5 but advisable to phone and check.
Directions: You need both the Book 2 walk 4 directions (as far as point [4]) and the extra directions for the circular.
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anyone plan to go to this walk?
Sat, 19-Nov-16 5

Third Walk

CW2 Walk 4 - Chesham to Great Missenden
Length: 15.5 km (9.6 miles). Toughness: 3/10

Catch the 9:50 Metropolitan line train from Baker Street (Aldgate: 9:32), arrives Chesham 10:44.
Return from Great Missenden xx:29 xx:59 until 22:29 T=2.4
Intend going.
5 on this walk, in decent sunshine for most of the day.

In the pantheon of SWC walks, this ranks in my view at the dull end of the spectrum, with little variety in the scenery and nothing much interesting to see. It does have the virtue that it's easy to reach, Chesham being at the end of the Metropolitan Line. Even that advantage failed it on Saturday, with disruption on the Metropolitan, District and Circle lines, some pre advertised, some not, leading me to arrive too late at Baker Street for the appointed train, and, I learned later, that train not to appear.

So I took a later combination of trains and walked alone. Just outside The Cock and Rabbit Inn in The Lee there is a worm hole that is the entrance to a time warp, taking one back a number of decades to an era where life was simpler. In that distant corner of space and time I found another SWC regular, who had chosen to devote the afternoon to retracing the morning's route.

He reported that he and three others eventually got to Chesham, only for the group to dissolve before it left the station, with a couple slow to move off the platform, him going back to find out what was delaying them and hearing that they were looking for a lost travel pass and would likely go no further, and then discovering that the fourth individual had given up waiting and moved on ahead, never to be seen again. It's therefore likely that three individuals did this walk, or variations of it, separately, and two returned to London without starting. There may have been others who got not further than Baker Street.

Cafe Twit in Great Missenden had chocolate cake, which was agreeable, and many excited small children, less so. I think I might recommend the quieter branch of Costa Coffee, further along the High Street on the corner of the road to the station.
Sun, 20-Dec-15 5

Sunday walk 2 - Only just north: the Chilterns from Chesham

Chesham Circular, Book 2 walk 4 (variant)
11.8 km 7.3 miles
3/10

Take the Met Line all the way to the Chilterns. Sweeping views, big trees. Not too long.
Travel:
Get the Metropolitan line to Chesham from Baker Street at 9:50 arriving Chesham at 10:46.
Trains return at xx:26 and xx:56
A TFL zones 1-9 travel card will do you
"pack a snack or two, just in case" Lunch: the Bell Inn, Chartridge 01494 782 878. I suggest phoning from the station. With Xmas being so close, pubs could be busy today. You might want to pack a snack or two just in case there's any problem.
Tea: Several places are listed: The quirky Drawing Room in Frances Yard 01494 791 691 is a favourite - it appears to be open till 5 but advisable to phone and check.
Directions: You need two sets of directions, available from here : the Book 2 walk 4 directions on the "download walk" button, AND the extra directions on the "Chesham Circular" button.
5 on this walk; cloudy and mild. Nice winter outing and not too muddy except for the last field before the pub which has an unavoidable tractor created mud filled track bisecting the route. At least there was not so much cattle churn as I remember from a previous winter outing. After our sandwiches I and another picnicker decided to press on at the lunch pub as the weather looked to be closing in and to be frank neither the Bell (which was almost empty) nor the village of Chartridge are places, in my view, you really want to linger. We two got back to Chesham around 2.15pm and my companion went to catch the tube whilst I lingered in a cafe for coffee and a perusal of the Sunday papers.
I hope the 3 pub lunchers were served quickly and got back to Chesham before any rain set in.
Additional point: the Chesham circular walk has no gpx route so I may add this if the walks deviser is ok with this?
Sat, 19-Sep-15 9

Saturday First Walk - An easy Chilterns walk

Book 2 Walk 4 - Chesham to Great Missenden
Length: 15.5km (9.6 miles)
Toughness: 3 out of 10

9.42 Metropolitan Line train from Kings Cross (9.50 Baker Street) to Chesham, arrive 10.45

Best ticket: a zone 1-9 (yes NINE) travelcard, which you can buy from London Transport ticket offices (or presumably machines), but not usually from British Rail ones. You can get a Network Card discount on this, but only if you buy it from a ticket office (admittedly, hard to find one open these days), not from machines. This travelcard can also be bought up to a week in advance (though some ticket office staff are incredulous of this fact).

Then buy a single from Great Missenden to Amersham for the return journey.

You can also use Oyster to Chesham but then you have to either pay the whole single fare from Great Missenden to Marylebone on the way back, or get out at Amersham to tap in and then wait 20 minutes for the next tube train.

For walk directions bring book two or click here.

Its length means this pleasant and undemanding Chilterns walk is often confined to the winter months, when paths, especially in the afternoon, can be rather muddy. But that is a pity, as it has many charms and should make a nice easy outing for this time of year, when paths are a lot drier (even if it rains this week as forecast: evaporation rates are still pretty good and rain soaks away quickly into the dry ground.)

The morning is particularly scenic and you have the prospect of a pub serving Italian food for lunch that has always been popular with SWC walkers (in winter we don't usually get to try out its garden, however, supposed to be nice). In Great Missenden the lovely Cafe Twit is a great tea stop if you can get there in time.

Trains back from Great Missenden are at 19 and 49 past till 19.19, then hourly at 19 past.

9 on this walk with blue skies and a warm sun. Delightful Chilterns scenery passing an Ostrich farm in the morning and then lunch in the gardens of the Cock and Rabbit.
The Twit Cafe at the end of the walk provided great value refreshments to most of the group before they headed of to the station, some visiting the Banardos charity shop en route.
One walker was able to perform the Amersham "Touch in Manoeuvre" which involved a dash off the train at that station, followed by an out then in barrier circuit and a leap back onto the train.(I understand this stops a user's oyster card acquiring a maximum charge for the day)
Other walkers on the train were suitably impressed
Wed, 04-Feb-15 Chesham to Great Missenden
Sun, 21-Dec-14 12 Chesham Circular
Sun, 28-Sep-14 0 Chesham to Great Missenden
Sun, 22-Dec-13 4 Chesham Circular
Sun, 06-Oct-13 0 Great Missenden Circular
Sat, 26-Jan-13 17 Chesham to Great Missenden
Sun, 23-Dec-12 Chesham Circular
Sun, 09-Sep-12 Chesham to Great Missenden
Sat, 25-Feb-12 Chesham to Great Missenden
Sun, 08-Jan-12 Great Missenden Circular
Sat, 17-Sep-11 Chesham to Great Missenden
Sun, 19-Jun-11 Chesham to Great Missenden
Sun, 31-Oct-10 Great Missenden Circular
Thu, 31-Dec-09 Chesham Circular
Sun, 25-Oct-09 Great Missenden Circular
Sat, 06-Jun-09 Chesham to Great Missenden
Wed, 15-Apr-09 Chesham Circular
Sun, 21-Dec-08 Chesham Circular
Sat, 04-Oct-08 Chesham to Great Missenden
Wed, 05-Mar-08 Chesham Circular
Sat, 09-Feb-08 Chesham to Great Missenden
Wed, 04-Jul-07 Great Missenden Circular
Sat, 23-Jun-07 Chesham Circular
Wed, 04-Apr-07 Chesham to Great Missenden
Sun, 04-Mar-07 Chesham to Great Missenden
Sun, 24-Dec-06 Chesham Circular
Wed, 04-Oct-06 Chesham Circular