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Written by Jason Rodhouse - 20 Sep 2006
last update by Mark Bearton - 11 Mar 2009
and by Ian Cook - 12 Sep 2009
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Location notes
Easenhall is a nice quiet Warwickshire village to the North of Rugby. The busy West Coast Main Line passes through here.
Railway type and traffic
An assortment of traffic can be seen passing here including Virgin services, London Midland passenger services. There is also plenty of DRS, Freightliner and DB Schenker freight workings.
The location is at a footbridge between some fields.
Road directions
From Rugby, head out through Newbold on the B4112 and head toward Harborough Magna. As you approach the village, take a left-hand turn to Easenhall. look out for the 'Golden Lion' on the right. You need the public footpath on the left hand side just before the pub.
Alternatively, The approach to this location using the footpath from the south is also quite easy and has the advantage of a walk along the canal from Cathiron where there is roadside parking.

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Easenhall map co-ordinates
Park on the left hand side of the road.
Public transport
De Courcey service 585 operates every 30 minutes from Rugby Town Centre to Coventry Railway Station via Brinklow village. Certain journeys (approx every 2 hours) also serve Easenhall Village and run along the road between there and Brinklow.

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There is the Golden Lion pub in the village.
Sun Compass
Sun Compass using Suncalc by brought to you by Vladimir Agafonkin:
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Googly map
Streetmap links
Easenhall general view map
Easenhall close up map

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Photographic notes
The positioning of the footbridge makes Southbound shots difficult, but reasonable Northbound shots can be obtained here.

General views - All photographs © Jason Rodhouse unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking north west

Fig 1 - Looking north west

Fig 2 - Looking south east

Fig 2 - Looking south east

Fig 3 - Looking north west - Photo Ian Cook

Fig 3 - Looking north west - <i>Photo  Ian Cook</i>

Fig 4 - Looking north - Photo Ian Cook

Fig 4 - Looking north - <i>Photo  Ian Cook</i>

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