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Aylesbury topographic map

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Name: Aylesbury topographic map, elevation, terrain.

Location: Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom (51.79480 -0.86065 51.83261 -0.77269)

Average elevation: 85 m

Minimum elevation: 70 m

Maximum elevation: 107 m

Aylesbury is immediately southeast of the upper River Thame that flows past Thame to Dorchester on Thames and is partly sited on the two northernmost outcrops of Portland (lime)stone in England bisected by a small stream, Bear Brook which gives a relatively prominent position in relation to the terrain of all near, lower, fields and suburbs, which have largely slowly permeable Oxford Clay and Kimmeridge Clay soils. Elevations range from 72.5m above mean sea level to 95m AOD in contiguous parts of the town, however nearest villages range from 85m-90m to the north or from 85m to 115m on a narrow ridge to the southwest at Stone and towards the Chilterns to the southeast (Weston Turville, Stoke Mandeville and North Lee).

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