New Romney Station is the headquarters of the railway and being 8 and a half miles by train from Hythe station and 5 miles by train from Dungeness station, it is the perfect mid-line stopping off point.This was the first of the stations to be built and was inspected during the construction by HRH Duke of York in 1926. Since then, there have been many significant changes, the biggest change happening just one year after opening when the line had to pass through the terminus, under the Littlestone Road, to Dungeness via the new extension. At this station you will find the engine sheds, erecting shop, carriage sheds (over the main lines), workshops, permanent way depot, etc.
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