East Kent Light Railway :: Shared Description

The East Kent Light Railway was part of the Colonel Stephens group of cheaply-built rural light railways in England. Holman Fred Stephens was engineer from its inception, subsequently becoming director and manager. The line ran from Shepherdswell to Wingham (Canterbury Road) Station with a branch from Eastry through Poison Cross to Richboro Port.

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TR2648 : Level Crossing on Eythorne Road by David Anstiss
TR2849 : Eythorne Railway Station - in Winter by David Anstiss
TR2849 : Eythorne Signalbox by N Chadwick
TR3259 : Remains of railway viaduct by Oast House Archive
TR2548 : Bogie, East Kent Railway by N Chadwick
TR2853 : Black Lane by Hugh Craddock
TR2548 : Miniature railway, East Kent Railway by N Chadwick
TR3259 : Route of East Kent Light Railway to Richborough Port by David Anstiss
TR3259 : Remains of a viaduct by N Chadwick
TR2953 : Black Lane by Hugh Craddock
TR3259 : Remains of railway viaduct by Oast House Archive
TR2849 : East Kent Railway by N Chadwick
TR2548 : East Kent Railway by N Chadwick
TR3259 : Former bridge over Kent Coast Line by Oast House Archive
TR3156 : Former level crossing over East Kent Light Railway by Hugh Craddock
TR3156 : Course of the East Kent Light Railway by Hugh Craddock
TR2749 : Railway to Shepherdswell by David Anstiss
TR3156 : Course of the East Kent Light Railway by Hugh Craddock
TR2548 : Building at East Kent Railway by N Chadwick
TR2749 : Level crossing near Eythorne by David Anstiss
TR2849 : Eythorne Station by N Chadwick
TR2849 : Eythorne Station by N Chadwick
TR2851 : Route of Dismantled railway near Beeches Farm by David Anstiss
TR2849 : Eythorne Signalbox by N Chadwick
TR2548 : Rolling stock, East Kent Railway by N Chadwick

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Created: Thu, 29 Jul 2010, Updated: Thu, 29 Jul 2010

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