The Kent and East Sussex Railway: A Nostalgic Journey Along the Whole Route from Headcorn to Robertsbridge

One of several Light Railways once under the control of the legendary Colonel Stephens, the KESR was closed in stages between 1954 and 1961. Part was subsequently preserved, and the contrast between the stretches left to nature and those brought back to life by the preservationists is a clear tribute to more than 25 years of progress.