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London to Leicester Stage Coach Companion

Horse drawn stage-coaches were the principal method of travelling around England until the advent of the railways. The earliest reference of a stage-coach service to Leicester from London was recorded in the Flying Post on 22nd October 1700.

The service was part of the Nottingham group of coaches and was probably not a separate destination for long. The last stage-coach to have operated from Lei…