Rugby and Luffenham Branch (London and North Western Railway)






Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.

Looking south west towards Rugby from near Clifton Mill station on the LNWR line from Peterborough in April 2017. The disused viaduct once carried the ...
Ken Strachan 27/04/2017

The former station at Lilbourne on the LNWR Rugby to Luffenham branch [see image 25890 for the next stop] suns itself on a quiet Friday afternoon in ...
Ken Strachan 07/12/2012
Across the road from my previous shot [see image 41312], these are the overgrown platforms of Lilbourne station (notice the tall concrete posts on the ...
Ken Strachan 07/12/2012
It's a pity they closed Lilbourne station. The locals never had time to finish scratch building this Reliant Regal, so it could be delivered by train. ...
Ken Strachan 07/12/2012

Quite why this hut, a quarter of a mile towards the A14 from the old station, should be so well preserved is anyone's guess. Just enjoy. ...
Ken Strachan 19/01/2008
Further to my comments regarding the sylvan delights of Bulwell [see image 25822], this is just the sort of walk you shouldn't take your wife on, ...
Ken Strachan 19/01/2008
This station has been converted for residential and business use. It's hard to get a decent picture - I stumbled on this viewpoint trying to park the ...
Ken Strachan 19/01/2008

50 years after closure there is still a hump in the road here, at the site of the former level crossing. The station was on the left side of the road. ...
Ken Strachan 14/04/2018
View north from the former level crossing at Welford and Kilworth in April 2018. There is no physical trace of the former station; but instinct tells ...
Ken Strachan 14/04/2018










A close-up view of the Seaton station footbridge [see image 51582] reveals a stucture almost as complex, but probably more decrepit, than that at ...
Ken Strachan 07/06/2015
Only 52 arches of the 82 in Welland viaduct can be seen in this view looking South-East, but it's still mighty impressive. Seaton station, from which ...
Ken Strachan 07/06/2015