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- M40 is a boring double star located about 1.4° north of Megrez, the faintest star in the Big Dipper.
- M40 is a binary star system found in the constellation Ursa Major.
- M40 was discovered by Charles Messier while searching for a nebula that had been reported in the area.
- The M40 was closed at junction 10 to allow Thames Valley Police officers to examine the scene and recover the vehicles.
- 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.
- This short spur is the end of the original M40, prior to the building of the current Junction 8 and extension to Birmingham.
- Messier 40 (M40) is one of the three "curiosities," or unusual objects, in Messier's catalog.
- Like Banbury further North, it is experiencing growth and prosperity from its proximity to the M40 motorway linking London with Birmingham via Oxford.
- 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.
- We are just off the A34 between the M4 and M40 in Oxfordshire, 20 mins from Oxford or Newbury by car.
- 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).
- 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.
- The Lismore is just 5 minutes from the M40 and Oxford is just 25 miles away.
- The A44 was extended to Oxford in the 1990s, replacing part of the A34 when the M40 motorway was completed.
- In 1974 the M40 motorway was extended from High Wycombe to Chilworth.
- The magnitude 5 star 70 Ursa Majoris lies roughly half way between M40 and Megrez.
- To the west of Thame the A418 joins with the M40 motorway linking London to Birmingham.
- Access to the hotel is very easy by car from the M4 and M40 or by train to Maidenhead Station.
- 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.
- The pretty 24-year-old fashion graduate pulled over to the side of the A40 dual carriageway, which links the M40 with Oxford.
- 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.
- Together with parts of the M3 and the M40, the A34 forms an important route carrying freight from Southampton to the Midlands.
- The M40 also provides local residents access to the Midlands and the southeast.
- 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.
- This growth has been favoured by its proximity to junction 9 of the M40 motorway linking it to Oxford, Birmingham and London.
- A41 provides tow with a direct link to M25 (Junction 20) and M40 motorway is around a 20 minute drive via Thame.
- The hotel is on the right just before Marlow Bridge.From the M40 - come off at junction 4 High Wycombe exit.
- 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.
- From Leamington's centre it is 3 miles (5 km) to the M40 motorway which links it to Birmingham and London.
- 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.
- 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.
- Development has been favoured by its proximity to junction 9 of the M40 motorway linking it to London, Birmingham and Banbury.
- 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.
- Bourne End conveniently lies between the M4 and M40 motorways, and retains its railway station on the Maidenhead to Marlow branch line.
- There is a small pocket of countryside between the M4 and M40, north of Slough, which is surprisingly villagey yet minutes from London.
- Ursa Major has five Messier objects: M40, M81, M82, M97, and M101. M40 is the Messier object that really isn't one.
- M40 A double star located in Ursa Major which shines at magnitude 8.4.
- M40 - This is a pair of faint stars located in Ursa Major.
- From M40 come off at Junction 4 onto the roundabout and follow the signs for A404 Marlow Maidenhead.
- 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.
- The original M40 opened in 1974 went from London to Waterstock where the A40 continued to Oxford.
- 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.
- From the South take Junction 10 off the M40 and follow the signs to Silverstone.
- A34 - which leads to Bicester, the M40 north, Birmingham and Manchester to the north, and Didcot, Newbury and Winchester to the south.
- The A404 continues south beyond the M40 towards Maidenhead.
- 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.
- 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.
- By Car From the M40: - Leave the M40 at junction 9 and take the A34 south towards Oxford for approximately 4 miles.
- The M40 motorway which connects London to Birmingham, runs through the centre of the county, and serves Leamington Spa, Warwick, and Stratford.
- 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.
- The M40 meets the A34 a junction later, the latter now being in two parts, the A34 restarting in Birmingham.
- Car: Good links with the M40 and M4 mean that places like Windsor, Marlow, Maidenhead, Reading and West London are within easy reach.
- The riverside town of Marlow arguably enjoys one of the prettiest stretches of the Thames with excellent access to both M4 and M40 motorways.
- It joins the M4 with the A404 dual carriageway to High Wycombe, Marlow and the M40. It was once known as the A423(M).
- Other woodlands in the Booker area of the town, the M40 at High Wycombe and nearby woods were also under observation.
- 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.
- Just north of the M40, Meadowbrook Cottages are ideal for anyone needing to be reasonably close to Oxford or the west of London.
- Convenient access to the M4, M40. Rail links from London to High Wycombe and Maidenhead (15mins away).
- The hotel is situated minutes from Junctions 7 and 8a of the M40 with excellent transport links to London and the Midlands.
- Dorney Lake is ideally placed, being within easy reach of London, Heathrow Airport, the M4 corridor and the M25, M40 and M3 motorways.
- 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).
- The Elva Lodge is within easy reach of the M4, M40 and M25, providing excellent access to Reading, Windsor and High Wycombe.
- The M40 motorway is a motorway in the British transport network that forms a major part of the connection between London and Birmingham.
- The M40 motorway is a motorway in the English transport network that connects London to Birmingham.
- It is about 3 miles (4.8 km) south of Banbury and 9 miles (14 km) from Junction 10 of the M40 motorway.
- The M40 in Warwickshire The M40 motorway is the second motorway in the English transport network to connect London to Birmingham.
- 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.
- Connection onto the M40 motorway are either at junction 10 (Ardley) for the south or junction 11 (Banbury) for the north.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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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- United Kingdom > England > Buckinghamshire > High Wycombe
- Countries > United Kingdom > England > Birmingham
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