The torch starts day 46 at the National Space Centre is carried past Abbey Park and up Leicester's Golden Mile, the Belgrave Road, to Birstall where it will be take by train from Leicester to Quorn on the Great Central Railway.
It is then carried around Loughborough, visiting the University - the official preparation camp headquarters for Team GB. There are then legs in Hoton, Wymeswold, Asfordby, Melton Mowbray, Langham and Oakham.
It will be taken by boat across Rutland Water, followed by relays in Uppingham and Stamford, and then through the grounds of Burghley House.
It then makes its second train journey of the day on the Nene Valley Railway from Wansford to Orton Mere, finishing with a relay through the town centre and an evening celebration at the River Embankment.
DAY 46 – TUESDAY JULY 3rd:
LEICESTER (NATIONAL SPACE CENTRE)
GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY
NENE VALLEY RAILWAY
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