Situated on the Midland Main Line which runs from London St Pancras International to the city of Sheffield, the train station at Wellingborough is managed by East Midlands Trains. Being located on a major rail line means that there are a number of direct trains to Wellingborough from a variety of major cities. In addition to regular services from London St Pancras International operated by Meridian, it is also possible to reach Wellingborough directly from locations such as Sheffield, Derby, Nottingham and Leicester. There are two services running between Wellingborough and Luton - one to the main town itself and the other to Luton Airport Parkway. The majority of the services to and from Wellingborough are operated by East Midlands Trains and Meridian. Wellingborough Station is situated on the edge of the town and features a taxi rank at the front of the station for onward journeys.
The pretty market town of Wellingborough in Northamptonshire has a long history, with its name even being mentioned in the Domesday Book. Located just 18 kilometres from the county town of Northampton, Wellingborough sits on an elevated position above the River Nene and boasts a number of historic buildings within its boundaries. These include Croyland Abbey, a manor house dating back to the seventeenth century, now occupied by Wellingborough Borough Council, and All Hallows Church which was built in the twelfth century and is officially the oldest building in the town. The full history of the town can be discovered at the Wellingborough Heritage Centre. One of the most popular destinations during the summer months is Irchester Country Park, over 200 acres of delightful woodland nature trails, picnic sites, a children's play area and a visitor centre.
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