About Nuneaton Railway Station
Nuneaton Railway Station is a seven-platform train station serving the large town of Nuneaton, Warwickshire. It’s been operating since 1847, when the Trent Valley Line was developed by the London and North Western Railway. Like many other stations on the line, it was designed by prominent Victorian architect John William Livock.
Birmingham - the city that’s always moving
The second-largest city in the UK, Birmingham has been characterised by a feverish program of rejuvenation and large-scale construction for some time, making it one of the most fresh-faced places to visit anywhere in the country. Its ultra-modern library and shopping centres like the Bullring are surrounded by rows of beautiful Victorian architecture, with state-of-the-art trams trundling through it all. With countless new developments to discover and an active, forward-thinking arts culture to go along with it, visiting Birmingham is an experience everyone should have at least once.
Unwind at The Birmingham Botanical Gardens
As one of the area’s most well-known attractions, the Birmingham Botanical Gardens offers a delightful, relaxing day out with features that everyone will remember. The gardens boast four amazing glass houses used to maintain a range of habitats, from arid deserts to tropical rainforests, where plants from every corner of the world are able to flourish, all surrounded by the lawns and beds of a traditional English garden.
Planning a trip to Nuneaton Railway Station? Travelodge Nuneaton Hotel is a five-minute drive away, and Travelodge Nuneaton Bedworth Hotel can be reached in 10.