Interpretation Centre Project

The RH&DR is a unique railway with a fascinating history, located in a remarkable part of the world. From its opening in 1927 it has provided a transport service to local people, been a rich man’s hobby, gained fame as one of England’s foremost tourist attractions and even played its part in the war effort.
Visitors to the line are intrigued by all the roles the railway has played in its 90 plus years and what it means to this corner of Kent. And of course, they love the locomotives.
More details of progress on setting up the Interpretation Centre can be found on the Projects page
 Children watching the train go byLaurel and Hardy on the RHDRPostcard of St Mary's Bay