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Crime - Great Train Robbery - Leatherslade Farm - Buckinghamshire

Crime - Great Train Robbery - Leatherslade Farm - Buckinghamshire

Crime - Great Train Robbery - Leatherslade Farm - Buckinghamshire
Anthony Agutter, 14, right, and friend Richard Mackenzie, 13, both of Oxford, receive the first tickets to view Leatherslade Farm after they had paid their shillings. The farm, which is owned by Bernard Rixon and has been opened to sightseers at half-a-crown for adults and a shilling for children, was used by the Great Train Robbers as headquarters from which they raided the Glasgow-Euston mail train at Cheddington, near Buckinghamshire. 28/08/1963.

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Crime - Great Train Robbery - Leatherslade Farm - Buckinghamshire

Anthony Agutter, 14, right, and friend Richard Mackenzie, 13, both of Oxford, receive the first tickets to view Leatherslade Farm after they had paid their shillings. The farm, which is owned by Bernard Rixon and has been opened to sightseers at half-a-crown for adults and a shilling for children, was used by the Great Train Robbers as headquarters from which they raided the Glasgow-Euston mail train at Cheddington, near Buckinghamshire. 28/08/1963
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PA Reference Number: Anthony Agutter, 14, right, and friend Richard Mackenzie, 13, both of Oxford, receive the first tickets to view Leatherslade Farm after they had paid their shillings. The farm, which is owned by Bernard Rixon and has been opened to sightseers at half-a-crown for adults and a shilling for children, was used by the Great Train Robbers as headquarters from which they raided the Glasgow-Euston mail train at Cheddington, near Buckinghamshire. 28/08/1963

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