Broughton Crossing

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Broughton Crossing is a small settlement located between the Buckinghamshire villages of Bierton and Broughton in England.

It takes its name from a long-vanished level crossing where the road crossed the now-defunct Cheddington to Aylesbury Line a branch line connecting the West Coast Main Line at Cheddington and Aylesbury. It consists of a public house and a few private houses, the easterly part of the former railway has been made into a road. It is a distinct settlement separated from Broughton itself by the Aylesbury Arm of the Grand Union Canal.

There is an urban myth that there was once a railway station or halt there.

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Coordinates: 51°49′25″N 0°47′03″W / 51.82373°N 0.78406°W / 51.82373; -0.78406