Leire Halt Railway Station

Leire halt railway station was a railway halt serving Leire in Leicestershire on the line between Leicester and Rugby.

The London, Midland and Scottish Railway opened the halt in 1925 on the Leicester – Rugby line of the former Midland Counties Railway. British Railways closed the Leicester – Rugby line and its stations in 1962.

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