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Opened in 1861 by the London Chatham and Dover railway, Bekesbourne is to be found on the Dover branch of the Chatham mainline. The station building was located on the London bound platform, and was similar to that at Shepherds Well. It had a goods shed located on the same side, albeit smaller than other … Continue reading Top Ten Least Used Stations In Kent : 5 – Bekesbourne
Opened in 1926, the station was opened to facilitate a reduction in lines between Ramsgate and Margate. The station was quite a lavish affair, identical to that at Broadstairs. The station platforms were reached by use of a covered walkway, which lead to a lift down to the platforms. The space for the lift can … Continue reading Top Ten Least Used Stations In Kent : 6 – Dumpton Park
Adisham was opened in 1861 by the London, Chatham and Dover railway. The station building was a virtual replica to that found at Sole Street, with an all over white paint finish. Situated on Dover “Down” side of the line, it still sports its original and unusual Chimney vents, as can be seen below. There … Continue reading Top Ten Least Used Stations In Kent : 7 – Adisham
The station is situated on the Medway Valley Line, and was opened in 1844, with the current layout of two staggerd platforms, separated by a level crossing. The goods shed once stood on the Maidstone “up” side of the station, opposite the Paddock Wood “down” side platform. The current car park being where this brick … Continue reading Top Ten Least Used Stations In Kent : 8 – East Farleigh
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