Benefiting from a modern makeover in 2008, but retaining many of its Victorian features, Rugby is a deceptively quiet station lying 50 minutes from London by rail. Primarily a commuter hub with six platforms, it underwent a large redevelopment which actually reduced the amount of trains stopping there. As such, it offers a large estate but with fairly low passenger numbers.
With multiple operators calling at many local and intercity destinations in the midlands and the south, Rugby offers a good mix.
Applications for this location require the completion and submission of a specific Avanti West Coast method statement template, downloadable here.
Industrial, Modern and contemporary, Stations, Victorian