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There is now only one railway station in Rugby, a town in Warwickshire, and although it was once known as Rugby Midland Station, it is now simply Rugby Station. It is an important junction on the UK railway network, connecting the West Coast Main Line with the Trent Valley Line and the Rugby-Birmingham-Stafford line. The station is half a mile north of the centre of the town of Rugby. Here we address the question: Where to park around Rugby Station?
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Some additional information about parking in rugby station, to cater to all your parking needs
There are pay-and-display parking spaces within walking distance of Rugby station, though not enough to make it wise to rely on finding one if the need is urgent. Maximum stay varies by location (and can be up to 11 hours), but the charge is the same.
Rugby Station itself has two car parks:
It is possible to reserve spaces in both of these car parks more than 24 hours in advance through Virgin Rail, but this is subject to availability and Murray Road, in particular, is frequently full on weekdays.
Apart from these, Rugby has the following pay-and-display car parks in or reasonably close to the centre:
Apart from the services offered on the three railway lines served by Rugby station, buses provide a comprehensive service both within the town and in the surrounding area.
Blue Badge holders can park free of charge in pay-and-display parking spaces anywhere in Warwickshire, including Rugby.
Unlike other towns in Warwickshire, Rugby is largely free of restrictive parking regulations
Parking is free on bank holidays.
Drivers may stop to set down and pick up passengers anywhere in the city where there are no yellow kerb markings to indicate loading and unloading restrictions.
Whatever one thinks of the story of William Webb Ellis at Rugby School and the invention of the game of rugby (and it almost certainly did not happen the way it is said to have happened), the Webb Ellis Rugby Football Museum and the World Rugby Hall of Fame should not be missed by any rugby lover.
The Great Central Walk along the route of an old railway line gives the chance of seeing birds and animals you may not have come across before.
Draycote Water is a country park and reservoir with something for all outdoor tastes.