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LMS Route: Nuneaton to Leamington
LMS Route: Rugby to Leamington
LMS Route: Leamington to Weedon

Leamington Avenue Station [LNWR] (92) Leamington station [GWR] (188)

Leamington Avenue Station (LNWR)

The town of Leamington initially was served by Warwick Milverton station which was at the end of the Coventry to Leamington line which opened in 1844. The location of this station was at a mid-point between the two towns of Warwick and Leamington and in many ways could be considered a compromise that satisfied neither of the two town's citizens. The Rugby to Leamington single branch line which opened in 1851 in fact commenced at Warwick Milverton and according to Preston Hendry & Powell Hendry in their book 'LMS Stations' it was February 1854 before the first station opened in the town of Leamington. This was a small timber framed and clad structure and was located adjacent to the 1852 GWR station. The second station was a more substantial and grand affair and built of brick in, according to Colin Maggs in his book 'Branch Lines of Warwickshire', the 'Italian' style and opened in March 1860. In 1864 a connection was made with the GWR at the western end of the LNWR station over which a considerable amount of goods traffic was exchanged.

A new bay siding was laid at the back of the down (the line nearest to the GWR) platform in 1884 but was not used as a passenger line until eight years later in 1892. Additional connections were laid in 1884 on the down side and the up exchange yard and landing were modified in 1888. The station had no goods yard as this was located at the Warwick (Milverton) site. A running connection, Leamington GWR Junction, was laid at the eastern end of the station opening on July 1908 and was controlled by a new box. The curvature of this connecting line was so severe that it required a speed limit of 5 m.p.h. According to Preston Hendry & Powell Hendry, Leamington (Avenue) was the terminus for the Coventry to Leamington services whilst Warwick (Milverton) was the terminus for the Rugby to Warwick services, the two routes being overlapping services. Therefore, according to the two authors, the services were effectively treated as separate branches rather than as a through route.

Accident at Leamington Avenue on 19th May 1869

The report on the collision between a light engine and a stationary passenger train at Leamington Avenue station. This document was published on 4th June 1869 by Board of Trade. It was written by Capt. H. W. Tyler.

"At this moment it was raining heavily, and the engine-driver from Birmingham, after taking off his break, turned round to his box to get out his great coat, and he was thus prevented from observing that the train which he expected to follow through the station on the down line, was standing still, in place of moving forward as he expected; and his fireman, who had left him on his arrival at the station, after uncoupling the engine, to "fetch the guard's statement", as was his usual duty, was waiting on the up platform to re-attach the engine as soon as it got round to the other end of the train. When he found out his mistake, on hearing shouts from the pointsman on duty, and on looking round, it was too late to stop his engine. He was unable to reach his break-handle in time to avoid a collision"

The approach and exterior of the station looking towards 'The Parade' with the former GWR station being to the right
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The approach and exterior of the station looking towards 'The Parade' with the former GWR station being to the right
Edwardian view of Leamington Avenue station looking in the direction of Rugby as a train arrives from Rugby
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Edwardian view of Leamington Avenue station looking in the direction of Rugby as a train arrives from Rugby
Looking towards the ex-LNWR station from the former GWR station showing the boundary wall separating the two
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Preston-Hendry
Looking towards the ex-LNWR station from the former GWR station showing the boundary wall separating the two
Looking towards Coventry with the carriage sidings on right and the exchange sidings to the GWR on the left
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Looking towards Coventry with the carriage sidings on right and the exchange sidings to the GWR on the left
Looking towards Rugby and Weeden showing the up platform being significantly longer than the down platform
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Looking towards Rugby and Weedon showing the up platform being significantly longer than the down platform

Facing towards Rugby and Weeden showing the barrow crossing and the fenced walkway to platform two
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Facing towards Rugby and Weeden showing the barrow crossing and the fenced walkway to platform two
Signal & Telegraph workmen replacing the LNWR lower quadrant signal with an LMS upper quadrant version
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Signal & Telegraph workmen replacing the LNWR lower quadrant signal with an LMS upper quadrant version
Close up showing the differencein height between the ex-LNWR trackbed and the ex-GWR formation behind
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LGRP
Close up showing the difference in height between the ex-LNWR trackbed and ex-GWR formation behind
Looking from the passenger footbridge showing the down line to the exchange sidings passing on the right
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Looking from the passenger footbridge showing the down line to the exchange sidings passing on the right
View showing the station has been renovated with the footbridge having the upper side sheeting removed
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View showing the station has been renovated with the footbridge having the upper side sheeting removed

Looking towards Rugby as a Coventry bound autotrain stands at the down platform which was numbered No 2
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Anon
Looking towards Rugby as a Coventry bound autotrain stands at the down platform which was numbered No 2
Close up of the station's up platform showing the large amount of parcel traffic standing on the platform
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Anon
Close up of the station's up platform showing the large amount of parcel traffic standing on the platform
Close up showing the loaded porters trolleys the LNWR signs, and the ornate castings incorporated into the canopy
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Anon
Close up showing the loaded porters trolleys the LNWR signs, and the ornate castings incorporated into the canopy
Close up of Leamington Avenue station's down platform, which could only be accessed via the passenger footbridge, and the waiting rooms painted cream
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Anon
Close up of the station's down platform, only accessible via the footbridge, and the cream painted waiting rooms
Facing Rugby from the end of the up platform with the replacement LMS upper quadrant signals now in place
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Anon
Facing Rugby from the end of the up platform with the replacement LMS upper quadrant signals now in place

View of the connecting line passing to the left of the GWR P & W brick building and the right of the GWR signal box
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View of the connecting line passing to the left of the GWR P & W brick building and the right of the GWR signal box
Looking along the walkway and underpass from Leamington Avenue to the former GWR station in 1952
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P Kingston
Looking along the walkway and underpass from Leamington Avenue to the former GWR station

Demolition of Leamington Avenue Station

A 1973 view of the remains of the cattle dock after removal of the track and demolition of the station buildings
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A 1973 view of the remains of the cattle dock after removal of the track and demolition of the station buildings
Looking north across the partially demolished ex-LNWR bridge which spanned Bath Street and High Street
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Looking north across the partially demolished ex-LNWR bridge which spanned Bath Street and High Street
Facing Rugby with the ex-LNWR track removed and the demolition of the bridge over High Street well under way
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Facing Rugby with the ex-LNWR track removed and the demolition of the bridge over High Street well under way
View of Bath Street and HighStreet junction showing the ex-LNWR and GWR bridges prior to any demolition
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View of Bath Street and High Street junction showing the ex-LNWR and GWR bridges prior to any demolition
Another view of the mobile crane as the demolition crew prepare to remove the second truss from the former LNWR bridge whilst the first truss is being readied to be moved
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Another view of the mobile crane preparing to remove the second truss whilst the first truss is being moved off site

View from the High Street of the two two main trusses over the junction being demolished by a large mobile crane
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View from the High Street of the two two main trusses over the junction being demolished by a large mobile crane
View of the ex-LNWR station's up platform with its canopy being removed prior to the building being demolished
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View of the station's up platform with its canopy being removed prior to the building being demolished
Looking towards Rugby and Weeden showing the demolition of Leamington Avenue station in progress with the canopies half removed
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Facing Rugby with Leamington Avenue station's demolition well advanced with the canopies half removed
Looking towards Rugby with the ex-LNWR track now lifted whilst rubble from the station lies in between the platforms
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Looking towards Rugby with the ex-LNWR track now lifted whilst rubble from the station lies in between the platforms
View of Leamington Avenue station facing in the direction of Coventry from Station Approach
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View of Leamington Avenue station facing in the direction of Coventry from Station Approach

Close up showing Leamington Avenue station's now closed and redundant main passenger building
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Close up showing Leamington Avenue station's now closed and redundant main passenger building
Another view of the main station building seen from Station Approach, but looking towards Rugby
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Another view of the main station building seen from Station Approach, but looking towards Rugby
Close up view of the main entrance, showing the high quality and decorative construction of the building
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Close up view of the main entrance, showing the high quality and decorative construction of the building
One of the many ornate cast iron brackets supporting the entrance canopy at Leamington Avenue station
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One of the many ornate cast iron brackets supporting the entrance canopy at Leamington Avenue station
View of the litter strewn station along Platform 1 looking towards Rugby after closure
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View of the litter strewn station along Platform 1 looking towards Rugby after closure

View of Platform 1 looking towards Coventry along the platform accommodating the main passenger building
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View of Platform 1 looking towards Coventry along the platform accommodating the main passenger building
Detail view of one of the many ornate cast iron brackets supporting Leamington Avenue station's platform canopy
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View of one of the ornate cast iron brackets supporting Leamington Avenue station's platform canopy
The buildings on Platform 2, looking in the direction of Coventry, taken from beneath the footbridge
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The buildings on Platform 2, looking in the direction of Coventry, taken from beneath the footbridge
Looking towards Rugby with platform 2's buildings on the right with the ex-GWR station just visible in the background
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Looking towards Rugby with platform 2's buildings on the right with the ex-GWR station just visible in the background
Facing Coventry and the rear of the ex-LNWR station Platform 2 buildings as seen from the former GWR station
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Facing Coventry and the rear of the ex-LNWR station Platform 2 buildings as seen from the former GWR station

Facing towards Rugby, an opposite view of the rear of Platform 2 buildings as seen from the former GWR station
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Facing towards Rugby, an opposite view of the rear of Platform 2 buildings as seen from the former GWR station
Leamington Avenue station's derelict passenger footbridge seen from the former GWR station
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Leamington Avenue station's derelict passenger footbridge seen from the former GWR station
A side elevation view of the ex-LNWR passenger footbridge showing details of the supporting iron work
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A side elevation view of the ex-LNWR passenger footbridge showing details of the supporting iron work
Another view of the footbridge showing the method of construction, the use of iron work, timber and glass
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Another view of the footbridge showing the method of construction, the use of iron work, timber and glass
Leamington Avenue station's weighbridge located at the entry to the coal yard off Station Approach
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Leamington Avenue station's weighbridge located at the entry to the coal yard off Station Approach

Locomotives seen at or near Leamington Avenue Station

Ex-LMS Rebuilt Royal Scot Class 4-6-0 No 46143 'The South Staffordshire Regiment' stands at the up platform circa 1962
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Ex-LMS Rebuilt Royal Scot Class 4-6-0 No 46143 'The South Staffordshire Regiment' stands at the up platform
LMS 2-6-0 'Crab' No 2781 stands at platform 2 at the head of a local passenger train to Coventry in 1938
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LMS 2-6-0 'Crab' No 2781 stands at platform 2 at the head of a local passenger train to Coventry in 1938
LMS 3P 2-6-2T No 17 is seen standing at Leamington Avenue station's platform one whilst at the head of a local Coventry to Leamington passenger train
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LMS 3P 2-6-2T No 17 is stands at platform one at the head of a local Coventry to Leamington passenger train
Ex-MR 2F 0-6-0 No 3084 stands at platform 2 on a local Leamington to Coventry passenger service
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Ex-MR 2F 0-6-0 No 3084 stands at platform 2 on a local Leamington to Coventry passenger service
LMS 3P 2-6-2T No 3 stands at platform 2 at the head of a local Leamington to Coventry passenger service
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LMS 3P 2-6-2T No 3 stands at platform 2 at the head of a local Leamington to Coventry passenger service

Ex-LNWR 4P Prince of Wales class No 25673 'Lusitania' is seen being admired by school children whilst standing at the head of a local Leamington to Coventry passenger service
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Ex-LNWR 4P 4-6-0 No 25673 'Lusitania' is being admired by school children whilst at the head of a local to Coventry
Ex-LNWR 4-6-0 No 25673 'Lusitania' at platform 2 and LMS 4P Compound 4-4-0 No 1116 in the exchange sidings
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Ex-LNWR 4-6-0 No 25673 'Lusitania' at platform 2 and LMS 4P Compound 4-4-0 No 1116 in the exchange sidings
Ex-LNWR 2F 0-6-0 No 8529, a class of locomotives nicknamed Cauliflower, is at the head of a local Leamington to Coventry passenger service
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Ex-LNWR 2F 0-6-0 'Cauliflower' No 8529 is at the head of a local Leamington to Coventry passenger service
Ex-LNWR 2F 0-6-0 No 8529 is seen on another occassion standing at platform two at the head of a local Leamington to Coventry passenger service
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Ex-LNWR 2F 0-6-0 No 8529, on another occassion stands at platform 2 on a local passenger service to Coventry

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LMS 4P 4-4-0 'Compound' No 1157 stands at platform 2 at the head of a Leamington to Coventry passenger service

Ex-LNWR 1P 2-4-2T No 6660, sometimes referred to as Precursor Tank or 5 foot 6 inch radial tank engine, is seen running through the up platform in the wrong direction
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NJ Allcock
Ex-LNWR 1P 2-4-2T No 6660 is seen running through the up platform in the wrong direction
Ex-LNWR 7F 0-8-0 G2a class No 8922 is seen shunting coaching stock at Leamington Avenue station's platform one circa 1938
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RS Carpenter
Ex-LNWR 7F 0-8-0 G2a class No 8922 is seen shunting coaching stock at Leamington Avenue station's platform 1
LMS 5MT 2-6-0 No 2966 is seen light engine on the up line and from the position of the single lamp at the top of the smokebox its due to work a local passenger service
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LMS 5MT 2-6-0 No 2966 is seen running light engine on the up line to work a local passenger service
Ex-LNWR 1P 2-4-2T '5 foot 6 inch Radial Tank' No 6683 is seen standing at platform one at the head of a push-pull motor train for Daventry and Weeden
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PB Whitehouse
Ex-LNWR 1P 'Radial Tank' 2-4-2T No 6683 at the head of a push-pull motor train for Daventry and Weeden
Ex-LNWR 2P 'Precursor Tank' No 6826 is standing at platform two at the head of a goods train with a cattle wagon immediately behind the bunker
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Ex-LNWR 2P 'Precursor Tank' No 6826 stands at platform 2 with a cattle wagon behind the bunker on a goods train

British Railways built to an LMS design, Ivatt 2-6-2T No 41234 is seen standing in the down bay along side platform two at the head of a local Leamington to Coventry passenger train
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British Railways 2P 2-6-2T No 41234 is standing in the down bay along side platform 2 on a local passenger train
An unidentified ex-LNWR 0-6-0 2F Cauliflower class locomotive stands on the avoiding lines with an up mineral train circa 1947
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An unknown ex-LNWR 0-6-0 2F locomotive stands on the avoiding lines with an up mineral train
Ex-LNWR 1P 2-4-2T No 6609, a Webb 5ft 6in tank locomotive, is seen arriving at Leamington Avenue station at the head of a two-coach motor train
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Preston-Hendry
Ex-LNWR 1P 2-4-2T No 6609 arriving at Leamington Avenue station at the head of a two-coach motor train
Ex-LNWR 3P 4-4-0 George Fifth class No 25393 'Loyalty' is seen at the head of an excursion passing through Leamington Avenue station
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Preston-Hendry
Ex-LNWR 3P 4-4-0 No 25393 'Loyalty' at the head of an excursion passing through Leamington Avenue station
Ex-LMS 4P 2-6-4T No 42308, designed by Henry Fowler, is seen standing in platform two at the head of a local Leamington to Coventry passenger train
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Ex-LMS 4P 2-6-4T No 42308 stands at platform 2 at the head of a local Leamington to Coventry passenger train

Ex-GWR 57xx class 0-6-0PT No 7702 is seen marshalling cattle trucks at platform one with an unidentified ex-GWR 2-6-2T Prairie locomotive standing at the rear
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Ex-GWR 0-6-0PT No 7702 shunts cattle trucks with an ex-GWR 2-6-2T locomotive standing at the rear
A Birmingham built by Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon  two-coach Diesel Multiple Unit on a Leamington to Nuneaton local service is seen standing at platform two
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BRC&W two-coach Diesel Multiple Unit on a Leamington to Nuneaton local service is seen standing at platform 2
Ex-LMS 2P 0-4-4T No 41909 is viewed from the former GWR station as it approaches Leamington Avenue station on a down local service from Rugby
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Ex-LMS 2P 0-4-4T No 41909 approaches Leamington Avenue station on a down local service from Rugby
Built by British Railways to a LMS design, Ivatt 4MT 2-6-0 'Mogul' No 43034 is seen at the head of a West of England excursion
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British Railways built 4MT 2-6-0 'Mogul' No 43034 is seen at the head of a West of England excursion service
Ex-LMS 6P5F 2-6-0 'Crab' No 42944 is seen standing at platform two at the head of a local Leamington to Coventry service
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Ex-LMS 2-6-0 'Crab' No 42944 standing at platform 2 at the head of a local Leamington to Coventry service

British Railways built to an LMS design, Ivatt 2MT 2-6-2T No 41218 is seen a Coventry - Leamington - Rugby local passenger train
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RS Carpenter
British Railways 2MT 2-6-2T No 41218 is seen on a Coventry to Leamington to Rugby local passenger train
British Railways built Ivatt 2MT 2-6-2T No 41228 is seen standing at platform one at the tail end of a two-coach motor fitted local train to Weeden
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BR built 2MT 2-6-2T No 41228 standing at platform 1 on a two-coach motor fitted local train to Weeden
British Railways built to an LMS design, Ivatt 2MT 2-6-2T No 41235 is seen standing at platform one prior to taking the train forward bunker first to Weeden
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RS Carpenter
British Railways 2MT 2-6-2T No 41235 standing at platform one prior to taking the train forward to Weeden
Ex-LNWR 1P 2-4-2T No 46749 is seen standing at platform one at the head of a motor fitted two-coach local passenger train to Weeden
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Anon
Ex-LNWR 1P 2-4-2T No 46749 standing at platform 1 on a motor fitted two-coach local passenger train to Weeden
Ex-LMS 2P 04-4T No 41902 arrives at platform one at the rear of a two-coach motor fitted train to Rugby whilst an unidentified ex-LMS Stanier 2-6-4T stands in platform two
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Ex-LMS 2P 04-4T No 41902 arrives at platform 1 at the rear of a two-coach motor fitted train to Rugby

A collection of wagons, vans and carriages at Leamington Avenue Station

Close up showing two Private Owner wagons, A Baker and S & E Collier, both of Reading standing in the exchange sidings
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Close up showing two Private Owner wagons in the sidings, A Baker and S & E Collier, both of Reading
Close up of a railway workman inspecting the brake gear on the mineral wagons standing in the exchange sidings with the GWR
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Close up of a railway workman inspecting the brake gear on the wagons in the exchange sidings with the GWR
Ex-Lancashire & Yorkshire 3rd class coach No 960 is seen standing on the sidings alongside the GWR station circa 1937
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Ex-Lancashire & Yorkshire 3rd class coach No 960 is seen standing on the sidings alongside the GWR station
Close up of a fully loaded Arley Colliery coal wagon standing in the sidings ready to be transfered to the GWR at Leamington
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Close up of a fully loaded Arley Colliery coal wagon standing in the sidings ready to be transfered
Close up showing a number of Colthrop Board & Paper Mills wagons in transit to their new home in Thatcham in Berkshire
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Close up showing a number of Colthrop Board & Paper Mills wagons in transit to their new home in Thatcham

Close up showing a GWR bogie wagon for carrying steel car pressings en-route from Oxford to one of Coventry's many car factories
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Close up showing a GWR bogie wagon for carrying steel car pressings en-route from Oxford to Coventry
Close up showing a GWR bogie wagon carrying glass from Pilkington Glass to one of Coventry's numerous car plants
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Close up of a GWR bogie wagon carrying glass from Pilkington Glass to one of Coventry's many car plants
Close up showing post-Second World War wagons and vans in transit between the former LNWR and the GWR routes
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Close up showing post-Second World War wagons and vans in transit between the former LNWR and the GWR routes
Close up showing a Private Owner wagon carrying the name 'STEVCO' of Oxford alongside what is thought to be a LMS four-plank wagon
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Close up of a Private Owner wagon carrying the name 'STEVCO' of Oxford alongside a LMS four-plank wagon

Coventry Pneumatic Rail Cars

Coventry Railcar No 2, built under licence by Armstrong Siddeley, is seen standing at the Coventry end of platform one ready to return on a Leamington to Nuneaton service
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Coventry Railcar No 2, built by Armstrong Siddeley, stands at the Coventry end of platform 1 on service to Leamington
Close up showing the raised cockpit of Railcar No 2 and the louvered door which provided access for the driver and luggage compartment
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Close up showing the raised cockpit of Railcar No 2 and the louvered door for the driver and luggage
View of Coventry Railcar viewed from the non-driving end of the vehicle as it stands under the footbridge at platform two waiting to depart to Nuneaton
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The Coventry Railcar from the non-driving end seen as it stands under the footbridge at platform 2 waiting to depart
Coventry Pneumatic Railcar No 2 stands at platform 2 waiting to depart on a Leamington to Nuneaton service in 1936
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Coventry Pneumatic Railcar No 2 stands at platform 2 waiting to depart on a service to Nuneaton in 1936

Maps and plans of Leamington Avenue Station

A 1904 25 inch to the mile Ordnance Survey map showing the aproaches to the LNWR and GWR Leamington stations
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National Library of Scotland
A 1904 25 inch to the mile OS map showing the aproaches to the LNWR and GWR Leamington stations
A 1904 25 inch to the mile Ordnance Survey map showing the juxtaposition between the LNWR and GWR Leamington stations
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National Library of Scotland
A 1904 25 inch to the mile OS map showing the juxtaposition between the LNWR and GWR stations
Layout showing the main building on the up line with the exchange sidings passing behind the down platform
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Preston Hendry
Layout showing the main building on the up line with the exchange sidings passing behind the down platform
A 1950 Signalling Diagram of Leamington Spa Avenue including the GWR sidings and the Upper Coal Yard
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Preston Hendry
A 1950 Signalling Diagram of Leamington Spa Avenue including the GWR sidings and the Upper Coal Yard

Timetables

LNWR August and September 1898 Timetable - Rugby, Coventry and Leamington to and from Birmingham
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LNWR Society
LNWR August and September 1898 Timetable - Rugby, Coventry and Leamington to and from Birmingham
LNWR August and September 1898 Timetable - Rugby and Leamington; Leamington, Coventry and Nuneaton
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LNWR Society
LNWR August and September 1898 Timetable - Rugby and Leamington; Leamington, Coventry and Nuneaton
An August 1958 Timetable showing just five services per day each way between Rugby and Leamington
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British Railways
An August 1958 Timetable showing just five services per day each way between Rugby and Leamington
A working timetable for the Warwick (Milverton) to Blisworth branch showing train staff stations and other information
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LNWR Society
A working timetable for Warwick (Milverton) to Blisworth showing train staff stations and other information
A working timetable for the Warwick (Milverton) to Blisworth branch showing train staff stations and other information
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LNWR Society
A working timetable for Blisworth to Warwick (Milverton) to showing train staff stations and other information

Leamington Avenue Station [LNWR] (92) Leamington General Station [GWR} (188)