Tenterden Steam Railway
The Kent and East Sussex Railway in Tenterden is a must for Steam Railway enthusiasts. The country's finest example of a rural light railway. Opened in 1900 the steam and heritage diesel trains now run along ten and a half miles of track through the beautiful unspoilt Kent and East Sussex countryside from Tenterden in Kent to Rolvenden, Northiam and on to Bodiam in East Sussex where you will find the stunning National Trust castle.
The Kent and East Sussex Railway www.kesr.org.uk have many events and theme days throughout the year as well as offering luxury fine dining on the Wealden Pullman service. A visitor attraction since 1974.
More fabulous photos in our main photo section www.tenterdentown.co.uk/media/photos
Events - check out our Tenterden diary to see a selection of the events taking place at the Railway and around Tenterden. For further details of all special events at the Kent & East Sussex Railway see here www.kesr.org.uk. Have a look at the Railway promotional videos on YouTube www.youtube.com/user/TheKesr/videos
Ample free parking. Licensed restaurant/tea room, gift shop, picnic area, children's play area, access for the disabled, wheelchair accessible toilets.
Kent and East Sussex Railway
Tenterden Town Station
Fares for 2014
Day Rover fares for 2014:
Special (for the over 60s when purchased after 12 noon on the day of travel) £15.00
Child (3 - 15 years inc.) £11.00
Family (2 adults + up to 3 children or 1 adult and up to 4 children) £45.00
Free car parking is available at Tenterden for passengers (Note: for some events there is a small charge which is refundable when purchasing your ticket).
Other useful information
Visitor information in English, French, Dutch and German
Souvenir & Gift Shop
Colonel Stephens Railway Museum
The Railway has a tourist information hut which is open on all operating days and although unmanned contains information about many tourist attractions.