(Chiltern Main Line)
The current station building dates from a rebuilding in the late 1930s and is in the Art Deco style. The platforms are mostly covered by fine original canopies. Leamington Spa has two through platforms and two West facing bays for services to Birmingham Moor Street and Stratford-upon-Avon. There are two avoiding lines which go through the station for freight services and non-stopping passenger services.
Leamington Spa is a stop on the Chiltern Main Line as well as the terminus of services to Stratford-upon-Avon, local services from Birmingham and for services which come from Coventry via the ex LNWR line which joins the main line just ahead of the station. The station is used for stabling stock at night on the bay platforms.
|Chiltern 168 004 on a Birmingham service|
|Two Cross Country services stop|
|Colas 70 801 leads a freight through the station|
|A Chiltern 165 at one of the bay platforms|
|General view of the station|
|Coach stored on a siding next to one of the bays|