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150 years of Kent stations

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I thought some of you might be interested in the attached link. There are a couple of interesting photos in the article.

http://www.kentonline.co.uk/kolD8/article/...rticle_id=41451
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I don't know exactly what went wrong with the link above, but if you go to www.kentonline.co.uk then go to todays news you should be able to find the article. It's on the first page.

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Looks like the 0 after kol somehow got changed to a D. Try this link.
http://www.kentonline.co.uk/kol08/article/...rticle_id=41451
That's the one - cheers.

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funny, I had never considered that chatham used to have such an extensive track layout, compared to now!

interesting article, cheers
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QUOTE (kanonfodda @ 14 May 2008, 10:24) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>funny, I had never considered that chatham used to have such an extensive track layout, compared to now!

Very true. I was actually exploring Chatham Station last year while waiting for a Sunday Service to Margate. It is still quite easy to work out where the track and platforms used to be.

I actually remember that at one point there was a removeable bridge between the platforms on the down side, I think that was in the early 70's.

It's strange how things change!

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