Quainton Road Station is at the furthest end of an area once known as Metroland on the Metropolitan Railway.
Tomorrow, Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday, August 7, the Bucks Railway Centre is holding a historic event with rare railway vehicles to ride in and plenty of interest for families and railway enthusiasts.
As part of its celebration of the 150th anniversary of the London Underground, the London Transport Museum is bringing exhibitions about the history of the tube and the Metropolitan Line to the Quainton venue.
Attractions will include rides in vintage carriages pulled by Victorian steam locomotives, family activities, talks, films and a Metroland trail to follow. In the Visitor Centre, watch two working O-Gauge tin model railway layouts of goods trains in London and the Metropolitan Line as far as Quainton Road.
Visitors will be able to travel to the railway centre on a free vintage bus from Aylesbury Vale Parkway Station.
To book, visit www.bucksrailcentre.vticket.co.uk