Dungeness old railways, lighthouses and steam trains

Visited the bleak – but fantastic – shingle wastelands of Dungeness last weekend and took some snaps of the old station site at Dungeness.

Wandering around the area, I came across two heavily rusted narrow gauge lines, which I assume were used by fisherman to transport fish from their boats to the nearby road.

We’d travelled to Dungeness on the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway, which steams through 14 miles of countryside on a tiny 15 inch (380 mm) gauge track.

I love the weird open spaces of Dungeness and managed to grab two pages of photos here

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