|Sub-Titled: from Cheriton, Whitstable, Ramsgate and Ashford
The South Eastern Railway's branch from Ashford to Ramsgate was the second railway to Canterbury, the first being the line from Whitstable Harbour. This was the first passenger railway in the south of England and it's locomotive 'Invicta' has survived preserved in Canterbury.
Late onto the railway map and early to leave it was the Elham Valley Line. All these interesting routes are fully described and illustrated.
By Vic Mitchell & Keith Smith
Hardback. 172x240mm. 96 pages
100 black & white photographs