No 3 - A Brief History
The Locomotive is an A1X “Terrier” Class 0-6-0 tank engine No. 3 “Bodiam”, built in 1872 by the London, Brighton & South Coast Railway as No. 70 “Poplar” to a design by William Stroudley. © Ralph Tilley
Kent and East Sussex Railway - a lovely day out
Take a steam train from Tenterden through the countryside straight to Bodium Castle, Kent and East Sussex Railway, can't think of a better way to travel! By B Lowe
KESR Cab Ride Bodiam to Tenterden (Kent and East Sussex Railway)
KESR (Kent and East Sussex Railway) from Bodiam to Tenterden photographed from driver's cab of DMU train. (Link to Tenterden-Bodiam: https://www.youtube.com/...
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Robertsbridge railway station, East... © Nigel Thompson cc-by-sa/2.0
Opened in 1851 by the South Eastern Railway on the Tonbridge to Hastings line. View north towards Etchingham and Tonbridge. In the yard on the right beyond the station building is the Rother Valley heritage railway.
Historic Ford Rail-Motor replica goes on Display at the Kent and East Sussex Railway
Historic Ford Rail-Motor replica goes on Display at the Kent and East Sussex Railway now on display at Colonel Stephens' museum in Tenterden Town Kent