Rugby is a large town about 15 miles to the east of Coventry and close to the M6, M45 and M1 motorways. It is home to more than 60,000 people and was the birthplace of Rugby football.
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The town of Rugby is situated in Warwickshire. Close to the city of Coventry, Rugby itself is home to more than 60,000 people and has a thriving life of its own, including a significant heavy engineering heritage.
Once a major railway engineering location, Rugby also provided the setting for the Charles Dickens story Mugby Junction and is also well known as the birthplace of Rugby football, at Rugby School. The inventor of the jet engine, Frank Whittle, also did much of his pioneering work in Rugby. To top off this roll call of inventions and inspirations, holography was also invented in Rugby, in 1947.
Attractions for visitors to modern-day Rugby include the Rugby Art Gallery & Museum and the Rugby Football Museum, where visitors can see made and buy hand-made Rugby footballs.
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