Published: 00:00, 16 July 2017
| Updated: 12:15, 16 July 2017
It was full-steam ahead when celebrations abound in a special event to mark the 90th anniversary of south Kent’s heritage railway.
Guests, dressed in traditional get-up gathered on Saturday to commemorate the 1927 opening of the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway, affectionately known as the “Romney.”
These scenes show the re-enactment of the inaugural opening, where those who played a part in the Romney’s success were honoured.
A special working timetable, live 1920s jazz, workshops, a photo exhibition and locomotive displays played out over the weekend, also coinciding with the launch of the railway’s latest book, Romney – Then and Now.
Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway is a heritage railway, running from Hythe to Dungeness.
With an all day ticket, you can explore the landmarks along the way as exploring a number of beaches along the way.
To book tickets call 01797 362353, and visit the website www.rhdr.org.uk/ for more information.
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