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Lorry hits railway bridge on A26 Eridge Road near Tunbridge Wells

19 August 2014
by Gareth Arnold

An articulated lorry has smashed into a railway bridge near Tunbridge Wells.

The accident happened about 1.30pm on Eridge Road. The lorry driver was left shaken by the crash but was not injured. 

The lorry is badly damaged

The lorry is badly damaged

The damage to the bridge is still being assessed.

The bridge is part of popular Kent tourist attraction The Spa Valley Railway, which runs steam trains along a line between Tunbridge Wells and Eridge.

Services run between March and November, with extra trains at weekends. 


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