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In the s the Rugby Cement works was rebuilt and substantially enlarged, and in other Rugby Cement plants at Southam and Rochester were closed, with all production moved to the Rugby plant,  which has been described as one of the most modern cement plants in the world.
Rugby Cement was taken over in and is now owned by the Mexican firm Cemex , who moved their UK headquarters to Rugby in Since the s several large industrial estates have been built to the north, and warehousing , distribution and light industry have become major employers.
This is due to the town's close proximity to the M6 motorway Junction 1 and M1 Junction 19 , at the heart of the UK's motorway network.
Tourism is also important to the town's economy, especially related to Rugby football. One of the last links to Rugby's rural past was the cattle market held near the railway station, and earlier in the "Market Place" in the old centre of Rugby since medieval times.
The market near the railway station was closed in late and the site has been redeveloped into housing, a hotel and a Tesco store as part of a wider scheme of work in the station area.
One of the most notable landmarks around Rugby was, until August , the Rugby Radio Station , a large radio transmitting station just to the east of the town.
The station was opened in , at its height in the s it was the largest radio transmitting station in the world, with a total of 57 radio transmitters, covering an area of acres.
Traffic slowly dwindled from the s onwards, and the site was closed between and Firing the explosive charges was delayed by rabbits gnawing the wires.
The site is now being developed as a new housing development known as Houlton. Rugby Cement works, to the west of the town, can be seen for many miles.
Standing at just metres high, the landmark is not a popular one— in it came in the top ten of a poll of buildings people would like to see demolished on the Channel 4 television series Demolition.
The Rupert Brooke statue is situated at the forked junction of Regent Street on the green and commemorates his contribution to poetry. A church has stood on the site since The church has other artefacts of medieval Rugby including the 13th-century parish chest, and a medieval font.
The church was extensively re-built and expanded in the 19th century, designed by William Butterfield. It is one of the town's most well-known landmarks as it is quite dominant on the skyline.
The church was first opened in , designed by Pugin in the Gothic revival style, it was enlarged in , and in the current tall and slender spire was added, which is nearly feet 61 metres tall.
The buildings of Rugby School are major landmarks mostly dating from the 18th and 19th century with some early 20th Century additions.
Rugby is situated near to several major trunk routes including the M1 , M6 and M45 motorways , and the A5 , A14 and A45 roads. In , a short local bypass was opened; it was the first part of the Rugby Western Relief Road.
It runs from the A Lawford Road , along the edge of the built-up area to the A road from Rugby through Bilton and Cawston , a little west of Cawston; it takes through heavy traffic off suburban housing roads such as Addison Road.
Buses run to Coventry, Southam, Leamington Spa, Daventry, Leicester and Northampton, as well as serving the major estates of the town on a regular basis.
Stagecoach in Warwickshire have a depot in the town. Rugby has had a railway station since , when the London and Birmingham Railway was opened, though the present station dates from Rugby station used to be served by lines which have now been closed, including to Leicester , Leamington Spa and Peterborough.
These were closed in the s as part of the Beeching cuts. Between and , Rugby had a second station; Rugby Central station on the former Great Central Main Line , which had services to London Marylebone to the south and Leicester , Nottingham and Sheffield to the north.
The station and line were closed in the s as part of the Beeching cuts. British Railways ' steam locomotive testing centre was in Rugby.
Warwickshire County Council has proposed Rugby Parkway station be built on the Northampton Loop Line , south-east of the existing station, serving the Hillmorton area of the town.
The station is to be built in between the current edge of town and DIRFT to accommodate for the future expansion of the town where 6, homes are planned to be built over a 15 to 20 year period.
No date, however, has been given for the opening of this station. There are direct railway links to the nearest major airport Birmingham Airport. The smaller Coventry Airport is also nearby.
The Oxford Canal meanders through the borough of Rugby. There are over 1, moorings along the route in marinas, online moorings and farm moorings, as well as numerous canal businesses [ citation needed ].
The route was completed in , but was shortened by approx 14 miles in the s. Several arms of the canal, closed during the s, have been reopened for moorings and canal businesses [ citation needed ].
Rugby is twinned with: . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Human settlement in England. Location within Warwickshire. West Midlands.
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They were seconds away from an extraordinary win. Farrell kicked the first points from a scrum penalty won by loosehead prop Ellis Genge, a late injury replacement for Mako Vunipola.
Vunipola's absence brought down England's total caps in the starting XV to , still lopsided compared to France's 68, its second lowest ever.
Fullback Brice Dulin accounted for 30 of those caps and he claimed the first try as France showed its depth of talent from an attacking lineout. Flyhalf Matthieu Jalibert burst through a gap, drew the last man, and had three men outside him.
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ENG 3 rd. Tries Scored 1 st France : 17 Tries Scored.