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Railways of Leicestershire in the Twenty-first Century

Railways of Leicestershire in the Twenty-first Century

Trains Through Nuneaton

Publication Date15th July 2022

Book FormatPaperback

pages96

Illustrations180

Height234

Width165

The rail scene around the Midlands town of Nuneaton. Takes a look at the considerable variety of both passenger and freight traffic on offer.
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ISBN
9781398102637

Nuneaton, the largest town in Warwickshire, sits on an important railway crossroads in the Midlands. At its Trent Valley station, the busy West Coast Main Line heads broadly north to south with the important link between Birmingham and Leicester crossing east to west. An equally important line heads south-east from the town, through Coventry and Leamington Spa, carrying local passengers as well as an important freight link with the docks at Southampton. This line to Coventry and beyond has had a chequered past and was one of many victims of the Beeching Axe before, fortunately, reopening to passengers in the late 1980s.


The author has spent many thousands of hours watching and photographing rail movements through Nuneaton station. This publication takes a look at the considerable variety of both passenger and freight traffic on offer to the enthusiast, ranging from the everyday to the unexpected.

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