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Ex Strictly judge Len Goodman filmed for documentary on Kent & East Sussex Railway

By Rachael Woods

Strictly Come Dancing legend Len Goodman stepped out for a day at a popular steam railway.

The former judge, who bowed out of the BBC One show last year, was at the Kent & East Sussex Railway yesterday, taking the mid-afternoon train at Northiam.

Fireman Tom White and driver Tom Featherstone chat with Len Goodman at the Kent & East Sussex Railway .Picture: Chris Davey.
Fireman Tom White and driver Tom Featherstone chat with Len Goodman at the Kent & East Sussex Railway .Picture: Chris Davey.

He travelled on the footplate of engine 1638 to Tenterden chatting to driver Tom Featherstone and fireman Tom White along the way.

Len was being filmed for an upcoming BBC Two documentary on British inventions and the star was looking at the role played by the steam engine.

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