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Strood to Paddock Wood .. [NF 51.155 Book]
 
 
Strood to Paddock Wood
Strood to Paddock Wood
£18.95
 
For long a railway byway of charm, the line follows the Medway Valley for most of its route, its southern part passing through the orchards of the Garden of England. Of special railway interest were the stations at Maidstone and the sidings serving the paper mills and cement works of the district.

Features;-
- Aylesford
- Beltring
- Cement Works Locomotives
- Cuxion
- East Farleigh
- Halling
- Maidstone Barracks
- Maidstone West
- New Hythe
- Paddock Wood
- Snodland
- Strood
- Teston Halt
- Tovil
- Wateringbury
- Yalding

Maps
- Strood 1934
- Wickham Siding 1934
- Cuxton 1909
- Cuxton 1932
- Weekes Halling 1909
- Clinkham Lime 1932
- Halling Manor 1932
- Lees Halling 1939
- Holborough 1939
- Snodland 1880
- Snodland 1909
- New Hythe 1933
- Aylesford 1909
- Aylesford 1933
- Allington Siding 1938
- Foord's Siding 1908
- Maidstone Barracks 1933
- Maidstone West 1868
- Maidstone West 1908
- Tovil 1908
- East Farleigh 1938
- Teston 1938
- Wateringbury 1908
- Yalding 1908
- Paddock Wood diagram 1945

By Vic Mitchell & Keith Smith
Hardback. 172x240mm. 96 pages
100 black & white photographs

 

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