The Model Railway Exhibition has a
comprehensive section devoted to the
history of the railway and the surrounding
area, and provides a fascinating insight
into the railways involvement in the 2nd
World War and the Post War years.
Whether it was in the building of the
Sound Mirrors at Lade, the Pluto Pipe
Line at Dungeness or guarding the Kent
Coast with the Armoured Train, this
section of the Model Railway Exhibition
provides a rich and useful educational
resource to Schools in particular, but is
there to be enjoyed by all.
Thanks must go to the RH&DR
Association Heritage Group for
supplying the words and pictures
for this section of the exhibition.