Walking Britain’s Lost Railways – 30 September 2021 – 30/9/2021 – Thursday – SBS
This penultimate episode finds Rob in Kent, following a quiet, rural line that exploded into prominence during two world wars. The Elham Valley Railway once linked Canterbury to Folkestone, via the chalk downs of the ‘Garden of England’.
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About Walking Britain’s Lost Railways
For years, railways have linked people across the whole of Great Britain and the charms of the British landscape are best captured through the window of a train as it rolls through the countryside. However, in the 1960s, a significant proportion of the railway network was closed, and these railways lines have since remained lost and forgotten. Rob Bell sets out on a journey to uncover six of these forgotten lines to discover their history and the new life that has been created from their remains as he explores Britain in a uniquely different way.
This show is broadcast on SBS.
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