Make your way down the platform at
New Romney Station and you will
discover the 1940’s Museum which
houses a fascinating collection of photographs, posters and memorabilia
from WW2. The RH&DR was requisitioned
by the War Department and the line was
used to transport troops along the coast.
Take a seat and watch a short film of the
famous Armored Train in action and then
step outside to view the replica.
The railway was re-opened again in March
1947 by Laurel and Hardy amidst a huge
amount of publicity and you can view
photographs taken on that day in the
Why not consider joining one of our
1940’s Guided Tours and learn more
about the contribution the railway made in
WW2 from our resident Historian.
Tours are available in July & August to
groups and individual travellers.
Pre-booking is essential for all.
Call 01797 362353