Kent & East Sussex Railway (K&ESR)
Enjoy 21 miles of nostalgia on England’s finest rural light railway. Beautifully restored coaches and locomotives dating from Victorian times enable visitors to experience travel and service from a bygone age. The picturesque line weaves gently between Tenterden and Bodiam terminating in the shadow of the National Trust castle.
For full timetable information please see the K&ESR timetable.
One of the Seven Wonders of the Weald.
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|Open New Year|
|2013 Opening (01/01/2013 - 31/12/2013)|
* Trains operate on certain days throughout the year according to season and events.
The 19th century weatherboard building was originally a coach house and stables. Exhibits show the...0.1 miles away
This pretty half-timbered house, built in the early 16th century, was the home of the Victorian...2.19 miles away
The Chapel Down Winery is home to the largest producer of English wines. Our visitor facilities...2.3 miles away
Lively museum housed in 17th & 18th century farm buildings which tell the story of Woodchurch...2.32 miles away
Biddenden Vineyards is Kent's oldest commercial vineyard producing award winning wines, ciders and...2.61 miles away
Private collection specialising in Morgan cars, 1909-1937, 12 on display, plus 1929 Morris van,...2.67 miles away
Owned by the Barham family for the past four generations, set in over 200 acres of superb classic...3.16 miles away
A fine example of a Kentish smock mill. Originally one of a pair of windmills, now almost...3.93 miles away
The tallest post mill in Kent dating from 1781 with trestle and sweeps still in position. Museum.4.3 miles away
Wonderful collection of rare breeds within 100 acres of beautiful unspoilt Kent countryside and...4.8 miles away
A small chapel erected in 1366 and consecrated in 1386. Once attached to the neighbouring manor...4.95 miles away
Home to a unique collection of collectibles, nostalgic toys snd pedal-powered toy cars.5.2 miles away
Famous, stunning gardens laid out by the novelist Vita Sackville-West and set in the grounds of the...5.51 miles away
Miscellaneous wartime exhibits and memorabilia from both Britain and Germany on display. Aircraft...6.07 miles away
Built in 1814 and standing at the highest point overlooking the town of Cranbrook, the Union Mill...6.3 miles away
Famous gardens designed by Christopher Lloyd surrounding a 13th century Hall House.6.46 miles away