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  1. M40 is a boring double star located about 1.4° north of Megrez, the faintest star in the Big Dipper.
  2. M40 is a binary star system found in the constellation Ursa Major. (Web site)
  3. M40 was discovered by Charles Messier while searching for a nebula that had been reported in the area. (Web site)
  4. The M40 was closed at junction 10 to allow Thames Valley Police officers to examine the scene and recover the vehicles. (Web site)
  5. The M40 was constructed in stages with the first section being the High Wycombe Bypass from Handycross to Stokenchurch (Junctions 4-5) opening in 1967. (Web site)

Original M40

  1. This short spur is the end of the original M40, prior to the building of the current Junction 8 and extension to Birmingham. (Web site)

Messier 40

  1. Messier 40 (M40) is one of the three "curiosities," or unusual objects, in Messier's catalog. (Web site)

M40 Motorway Linking London

  1. Like Banbury further North, it is experiencing growth and prosperity from its proximity to the M40 motorway linking London with Birmingham via Oxford. (Web site)

M40 Motorways

  1. Although enjoying a semi-rural setting, it is within easy reach of both the M4 and M40 motorways and to fast rail access to London.


  1. We are just off the A34 between the M4 and M40 in Oxfordshire, 20 mins from Oxford or Newbury by car. (Web site)


  1. This makes the city easily accessible by car to most parts of the country, including London which is only 120 miles away (via the M5, M42 and M40). (Web site)


  1. Northolt and Ealing to the M40 motorway and M25 motorway, and hence to Oxford, Birmingham and the North West of England and North Wales via the M42 and M6.


  1. The Lismore is just 5 minutes from the M40 and Oxford is just 25 miles away.


  1. The A44 was extended to Oxford in the 1990s, replacing part of the A34 when the M40 motorway was completed. (Web site)
  2. In 1974 the M40 motorway was extended from High Wycombe to Chilworth.


  1. The magnitude 5 star 70 Ursa Majoris lies roughly half way between M40 and Megrez.


  1. To the west of Thame the A418 joins with the M40 motorway linking London to Birmingham.


  1. Access to the hotel is very easy by car from the M4 and M40 or by train to Maidenhead Station.
  2. Conveniently situated just off junction 8A of the M40 motorway, Days Inn Hotel Oxford offers easy access to Oxford city centre which is just 6 miles away.


  1. The pretty 24-year-old fashion graduate pulled over to the side of the A40 dual carriageway, which links the M40 with Oxford. (Web site)


  1. London is 57 miles away travelling on the M40. The channel port of Dover is some 165 miles away and that of Southampton being some 80 miles away.


  1. Together with parts of the M3 and the M40, the A34 forms an important route carrying freight from Southampton to the Midlands.
  2. The M40 also provides local residents access to the Midlands and the southeast.


  1. John Lewis have a department store in the Cressex area of Wycombe, near the M40. The store does not stock clothing - only household goods and furnishings. (Web site)


  1. This growth has been favoured by its proximity to junction 9 of the M40 motorway linking it to Oxford, Birmingham and London.
  2. A41 provides tow with a direct link to M25 (Junction 20) and M40 motorway is around a 20 minute drive via Thame.
  3. The hotel is on the right just before Marlow Bridge.From the M40 - come off at junction 4 High Wycombe exit.


  1. Transport Oxford is located some 50 miles (80 km) west of London; the cities are linked by the M40 motorway, which also links northwards to Birmingham. (Web site)
  2. From Leamington's centre it is 3 miles (5 km) to the M40 motorway which links it to Birmingham and London. (Web site)
  3. The Hotel is conveniently situated for Maidenhead Centre, the M4 and M40 motorways are only a few minutes away and only 5 miles from historical Windsor.


  1. It is within easy access of the M40. There is a hourly bus service to and from Oxford and also services to Stratford-on-Avon and Banbury.
  2. Development has been favoured by its proximity to junction 9 of the M40 motorway linking it to London, Birmingham and Banbury.


  1. Just 2 km from Datchet, this hotel is minutes from Windsor and 2 km from Slough, with easy access from Heathrow Airport, the M4, M25 and M40 motorways.


  1. Bourne End conveniently lies between the M4 and M40 motorways, and retains its railway station on the Maidenhead to Marlow branch line.


  1. There is a small pocket of countryside between the M4 and M40, north of Slough, which is surprisingly villagey yet minutes from London.


  1. Ursa Major has five Messier objects: M40, M81, M82, M97, and M101. M40 is the Messier object that really isn't one. (Web site)
  2. M40 A double star located in Ursa Major which shines at magnitude 8.4.
  3. M40 - This is a pair of faint stars located in Ursa Major.


  1. From M40 come off at Junction 4 onto the roundabout and follow the signs for A404 Marlow Maidenhead.


  1. A40 - which leads to London and High Wycombe (as well as the M40 motorway south) to the east, and Cheltenham, Gloucester and south Wales to the west. (Web site)
  2. The original M40 opened in 1974 went from London to Waterstock where the A40 continued to Oxford. (Web site)
  3. From the North exit the M40 at junction 9 and join the A34. The A44, A40 and A34 also pass round the edge of Oxford.


  1. From the South take Junction 10 off the M40 and follow the signs to Silverstone. (Web site)
  2. A34 - which leads to Bicester, the M40 north, Birmingham and Manchester to the north, and Didcot, Newbury and Winchester to the south. (Web site)
  3. The A404 continues south beyond the M40 towards Maidenhead.


  1. Now the M40 does a large arc around Oxford (staying around 10 miles (16 km) away from the centre) due to the woodland that the motorway had to avoid.
  2. By car, if heading from the south, Oxford can be reached by exiting junction 8 of the M40 onto the A40, taking you to the ring-road around Oxford.
  3. By Car From the M40: - Leave the M40 at junction 9 and take the A34 south towards Oxford for approximately 4 miles.


  1. The M40 motorway which connects London to Birmingham, runs through the centre of the county, and serves Leamington Spa, Warwick, and Stratford. (Web site)
  2. However, when the M40 was extended to Birmingham in 1991, a mile of the old motorway became a spur and the new section bended away sharply north. (Web site)
  3. The M40 meets the A34 a junction later, the latter now being in two parts, the A34 restarting in Birmingham. (Web site)


  1. Car: Good links with the M40 and M4 mean that places like Windsor, Marlow, Maidenhead, Reading and West London are within easy reach. (Web site)
  2. The riverside town of Marlow arguably enjoys one of the prettiest stretches of the Thames with excellent access to both M4 and M40 motorways.

High Wycombe

  1. It joins the M4 with the A404 dual carriageway to High Wycombe, Marlow and the M40. It was once known as the A423(M).
  2. Other woodlands in the Booker area of the town, the M40 at High Wycombe and nearby woods were also under observation. (Web site)
  3. Car: High Wycombe is 27 miles from central London, via the M40; Aylesbury 36 miles, via the A41; Milton Keynes 52 miles, via the M1.


  1. Just north of the M40, Meadowbrook Cottages are ideal for anyone needing to be reasonably close to Oxford or the west of London.
  2. Convenient access to the M4, M40. Rail links from London to High Wycombe and Maidenhead (15mins away). (Web site)
  3. The hotel is situated minutes from Junctions 7 and 8a of the M40 with excellent transport links to London and the Midlands.


  1. Dorney Lake is ideally placed, being within easy reach of London, Heathrow Airport, the M4 corridor and the M25, M40 and M3 motorways.
  2. The M25 sweeps across the north of Surrey, linking with the national motorway network (in particular the M4, M3, M40, M1, M20, M26, M23 and M11).
  3. The Elva Lodge is within easy reach of the M4, M40 and M25, providing excellent access to Reading, Windsor and High Wycombe.

M40 Motorway

  1. The M40 motorway is a motorway in the British transport network that forms a major part of the connection between London and Birmingham.
  2. The M40 motorway is a motorway in the English transport network that connects London to Birmingham. (Web site)
  3. It is about 3 miles (4.8 km) south of Banbury and 9 miles (14 km) from Junction 10 of the M40 motorway.


  1. The M40 in Warwickshire The M40 motorway is the second motorway in the English transport network to connect London to Birmingham.
  2. The southern section begins some 50 miles (80 km) to the south, at junction 9 of the M40 motorway, 10 miles (16 km) north of Oxford.
  3. Connection onto the M40 motorway are either at junction 10 (Ardley) for the south or junction 11 (Banbury) for the north.


  1. With access to the M40 in 5 miles and the M4 in 10 miles, Marlow has excellent road connections to London, the M25, Birmingham and the west of England.
  2. Just to the north is the Oxford Ring Road connecting to the M40 for London and Birmingham, and the A34 for the south of England. (Web site)
  3. The M40 in Warwickshire The M40 motorway is the second motorway in the British transport network to connect London to Birmingham.


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