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Bradshaw’s Guide

A descriptive guide to Warwickshire

The general aspect of which is an agreeable alternation of hill and dale, exceedingly well suited for agricultural purposes. The insulated situation of the county, and its freedom from great inequalities of surface, render the climate mild, and vegetation early. As the train proceeds further into the comity, the scenery assumes a more pleasing character.

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Featured places

  • Warwickshire : Kenilworth

    A small town in the county of Warwick. It consists of one main street, nearly a mile in length, and is principally remarkable for the ruins of its once stately and magnificent castle.

  • Warwickshire : Rugby

    From Rugby several lines of railway branch off, making it a sort of starting point in the centre of England.

  • Warwickshire : Stratford-upon-Avon

    This interesting part of Warwickshire is directly accessible by a branch of the Oxford, Worcester, and Wolverhampton line, by which means it is within, about 100 miles journey by rail from London.

  • Warwickshire : Warwick

    A dull town, in the county of Warwick.