About Loughborough Railway Station
Loughborough Railway Station is a Grade II listed train station serving the town of Loughborough, in the Charnwood borough of Leicestershire. The current station was opened in 1872, and although it’s undergone various improvement works over the years, the station’s building has retained much of its distinctive Midlands architecture, which has led to it being listed. It’s managed by East Midlands Trains.
Derbyshire is a distinctively green county, being the home of the Peak District National Park - a sprawling area of steep, ragged crags, incredible, sloping dales and thick woodland, dotted with ancient, eerie henges. After walking the wild moors, visitors can unwind in charming market towns like Buxton and Bakewell, sampling some delightful, locally-produced food and drink.
All Aboard the Great Central Railway
A short way south of the Peak District, the Great Central Railway is the only mainline, double-track heritage railway in the UK, making it the only place where you can see full-size steam engines chugging each other just as they did in the Victorian railway boom. Tickets for its heritage trains are available every weekend and bank holiday, as well as selected weekdays over the summer.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Loughborough Railway Station? Travelodge Loughborough Railway Station Hotel is just five minutes away by car, and Travelodge Nottingham EM Airport Donington Hotel can be reached in half an hour.