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A station in Warwickshire, located in the quiet town of Bedworth, situated between Nuneaton and Coventry, on the Nuneaton to Coventry line.
Railway type and traffic
The line is a branch line, and has an hourly service operated by a London Midland Class 153 DMU , however, on a weekend there is 2 Class 153's connected to each other. The line sees regular freight services, with services going from the north of England to southern terminals such as Southampton. There is a few engineers trains operated by Colas, DB Shenker and Freightliner. Also there is 1 tank train which runs into the Bedworth Murco Oil Terminal.
Link to Real Time Trains
RTT Link Bedworth Station This link should be close to the location, but may not be the actual location so please check the page. This link will take you to what is happening 'around now'. Dates and times can be changed at the top of the page.
The location is perfectly safe in the daylight, with CCTV on the station. There is a bus stop style shelter on each platform.
There is a pay and display car park, which can sometimes get busy during the week.
In addition to the London Midland service from Coventry the route 48 bus (Every 10 minutes from Atherstone/Leicester/Nuneaton to Coventry) is a 10 minute walk, however the station itself is served by the route 56 bus, which runs every half hour from Coventry to Nuneaton.
The light is best for trains heading towards Coventry from around 15:00 till 19:00, however due to the number of trees and the general location, the sun is not a major factor to worry about. Video wise the station is good, and is fairly quiet. Only the noise from the road bridge nearby is audible.
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