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Corby is a town of 57,000 people (2011) in Northamptonshire, England.


Corby was once known as "Little Scotland" due to the large number of Scottish workers who came to Corby for its steelworks.

Kirby Hall

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By train[edit]

1 Corby station is on the Oakham-Kettering line, which is served by one train per hour to and from London St Pancras via Kettering, Wellingborough, Bedford and Luton.

Get around[edit]







Best Western Rockingham Forest Corby, Rockingham Road, NN17 1AE, +44 1536 401348, fax: +44 1536 266383, . Check-in: 2PM (early check-in by arrangement), check-out: 11AM (late check-out by arrangement). Best Western hotel with rooms, meeting rooms and a restaurant. Each bedroom includes bath and/or shower, work desk, flat screen freeview TV and complimentary WiFi. Some rooms have been adapted to allow for easier access. The hotel also has a 5 o’clock club offering food and drink at reduced rates. Rates from £49. Breakfast is available from £10.95.


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Routes through Corby
NorthamptonKettering  SW  NE  Stamford

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