Rugby station
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Rugby Station

Like many of the United Kingdom’s train stations, Rugby railway station was also built in the Victorian era, when the current station opened in 1885. From 2006 - 2008 it was remodelled with modern extensions added. Rugby has had a train station on site since 1838, yet this was at a slightly different location.

Today, direct connections can be had from here to London and Birmingham, and even further on to stations in Scotland. Rush hour services include connections to Manchester, Liverpool, Chester and Wolverhampton.

Situated just north of the town centre of Rugby in Warwickshire, Rugby station Benefits from close proximity to amenities including Mill Road Car Park, Tesco Express, takeaway restaurants  such as Top Chef and Extra Fish Bar, Rugby College’s Gym and Sports Centre and other open spaces such as Boughton Road Recreation Ground. 

Bus services run regularly across the local area from nearby bus stops, a pick up and drop off area is available immediately outside the station entrance and taxis are also readily available. 

With views to make the town more environmentally friendly, a total of 350 bicycle storage spaces are available in the station and its surrounding car parks. Bicycle repair facilities can also be found at the station’s two cycle hubs.

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