Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Railway celebrates 70 years
Published: Wednesday 29th Mar 2017
Written by: Brenda Hogben
Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Railway celebrates 70 years of re-opening this week after being temporarily closed during the second world war. It was re-opened by Laurel and Hardy on 28 March 1947.
Renowned for being one of the smallest light railways, this is a super, family experience not to be missed.
Hop along while you are in the area. We have several lovely properties in Hythe where you can spend a relaxing holiday exploring this beautiful coast and countryside of Kent.
The photograph of the steam train was taken from one of our holiday cottages Little Isemonger Studio
Take a look at our website at Kent and Sussex Cottages or give our friendly team a call on 01580 720770 to find the perfect holiday for you.