Wing Road, Linslade
The old police station used to contain
the inspector's house, three cells and a police court, it has subsequently
been converted into private flats.
The police station became national
news following the Great Train Robbery. On 8th
August 1963, 15 masked men held up the night train from Glasgow
to London. This took place at Bridego Bridge between Linslade
and Cheddington and over £2.5 million was taken. Within a month
managed to make a number of arrests and the individuals (including
Biggs and Charlie Wilson) were brought to the Magistrate's Court
at this building to be remanded
for trial at Aylesbury Assize Court.