Rickmansworth

Rickmansworth is a small town in Hertfordshire, its hinterland includes Chorleywood and the largely suburban Maple Cross.

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Rickmansworth itself, is the administrative centre of the Three Rivers District, so named after the confluence of 3 rivers within Rickmansworth’s borders (rivers Colne, Chess and Gade, together with the Grand Union Canal).

Chorleywood is dual centered, with a predominantly rural common, and expensive properties aside the main (Amersham) road, most of the town being on the Western side of the railway in the valley.

Rickmansworth is on the A412, and A404 (Signposted from M25 J18)

  • 51.64027-0.473331 Rickmansworth Station, Station Approach, WD3 1QY. Served by both National rail services between London Marylebone and Aylesbury (Chiltern Railways) and the slower but more frequent London Underground Metropolitan line service between Baker Street and Amersham. (updated Jun 2017)
  • 51.6541681-0.51831411 Chorleywood Station, Station Approach, WD3 5ND. Served by both National rail services between London Marylebone and Aylesbury (Chiltern Railways) and the slower but more frequent London Underground Metropolitan line service between Baker Street and Amersham. (updated Jan 2018)

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