No.1 "Green Goddess" brings an afternoon train into a very tidy Hythe station.
Loco is turned on the turntable ready to return to New Romney & Dungeness.
"Winston Churchill" stands in Hythe Stayion on a very sunny day 17/7/13
A recreation of the Armoured Train from WW2 standing in Hythe station on 17/7/13
Diesel "Captain Howey" being checked before departure from Hythe on 17/7/13
The exit from Hythe is very green and gives passengers the feeling of being on the main line.
No.1 seen here at Dungeness with the new lighthouse on left of photo.
Returning to New Romney our train waits at Romney Sands station to pass "Hurricane" en route to Dungeness.
Both drivers are holding their respective single line tokens which they will exchange here.
Yorkshire Engine Company No 10 "Dr Syn" at Romney Sands on 17/7/13
No.1 "Green Goddess" at New Romney station having just taken water from the water crane on platform.
No.1 leaves New Romney and heads for Dymchurch and Hythe. There is so much railway
"atmosphere" at this station with its semaphore signals, overall roof and extensive sidings.
Having failed to get good photos of No.7 "Typhoon", when it visited the Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway
recently, I managed this shot at Dungeness.