LMS Route: Nuneaton to Leamington
The Nuneaton to Leamington route became an essential artery
for the LNWR, and subsequently the LMS, primarily for moving coal from the
North Warwickshire coal fields to the South and South West of England. It was
important because it avoided the bottleneck of the Birmingham to Euston line as
traffic staying on LNWR metals could proceed via Daventry or even return to
Rugby to proceed onwards via other secondary routes.
However whilst we have treated the Nuneaton to Leamington
line as one route it was originally conceived and built as two routes. Whilst
we have presented all of the stations on the Nuneaton to Leamington route (see
below) the history of the two lines has been recorded separately.
For Nuneaton to Coventry
click here and for Coventry to
Leamington click here.
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