Published: 00:00, 11 September 2016 |
Updated: 06:49, 11 September 2016
The operators of the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch light railway say it will operate today as normal despite Saturday's derailment.
Passengers were injured when a train derailed after hitting a tractor.
Fire crews dealt with the locomotive's boiler which was "at risk of exploding" and eye-witnesses say the train driver leapt from the carriage and took others to safety after it collapsed onto its side.
The operators of the attraction say it will run as normal today, although repairs are continuing.
A spokesman added: "Our green service is scheduled to operate, but repairs after an accident are continuing.
"Customers intending to travel on the first train from Hythe at 10.30am are especially requested to call 01797 362353 after 8.30am for specific information. New Romney to Dungeness services will run as scheduled."
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