Nuneaton station
Bond Street
CV11 4BU

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Nuneaton Station

Nuneaton Station serves the town of Nuneaton, with three railway lines passing through the station: the West Coast Main Line, the Birmingham-Leicester-Peterborough Line and the Nuneaton to Coventry Line. 

The station dates back to 1847. The station was rebuilt and enlarged in 1873 and again in 1915. It was renamed Nuneaton Trent Valley between 1924 and 1965 to avoid confusion with the nearby Nuneaton Abbey Street Station, but it reverted back to the name ‘Nuneaton Station’ in 1969. In 2004, two new platforms were added to the station.

Over 1.3 million travellers pass through the station annually, with trains to both local and national destinations. Trains to London Euston take roughly 20 minutes, journeys to Crewe take around an hour, and the journey to Liverpool Lime Street takes just over 1 hour 20 minutes.

The station is accessible from the Bond Street side, with two entrances that lead to platform 1 with a covered footbridge connecting to platforms 2-7. 

It’s easy to get to and from the station with regular bus services from all areas of the town as well as further afield. There’s a car pack in front of the station with 175 spaces, and cycle storage for 36 bikes.

Once you’re in the station, there’s a seated waiting area, with a shop and cafe so you can grab a hot drink and snacks before boarding your train.

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