FOLKESTONE & DOVER
Includes rail served piers, private stations and staff halts

[Source: Nick Catford]

Stations
Click on the name in the list or on the maps below

Folkestone (temporary station)
Folkestone East/Junction
Folkestone Harbour
Folkestone Warren Halt
Shakespeare Cliff Halt/Colliery Works Platform
Archcliffe Junction Staff Halt
Dover Town
Dover Admiralty Pier
Dover Marine/Dover Western Docks
Dover Harbour
Dover Prince of Wales Pier

Special features

Shakespeare/Dover Colliery
First Channel Tunnel Attempt (1880)
Admiralty Pier Gun Turret

 
 
DOVER & FOLKESTONE - Thanks
Many people have helped in the production of the Dover/Folkestone feature which has taken four months to compile. I would like to thank the following people: Alan Young for proof reading, drawing route maps and supplying photos. Lorraine Sencicle - the Dover Historian for text and help with the history of the stations and Dover Harbour. Barbara Buczek and Tim Race from the Dover Harbour Board. Paul Holt manager at Samphire Hoe for hundreds of pictures of Shakespeare Colliery. John Alsop for many of the early photos. Michael Stewart for tickets. Dave Beaman for steam loco identification.. Richard Furness for totem signs. Roger Griffiths of the Engine Shed Society. Numerous people for the use of their pictures including, RM Casserley, Graham Knott, Ian Haddingham, David Town, David Glasspool, Adrian Nicholls, Andy Veitch, Bodleian Library, Tony Grant, Colin Watts, Bob Mitchell, Gino & Sharon Photography, Chris Fletcher, Mike Cole, Trevor Tupper, Robert Bridger, Nick Slocombe, Martin Potter, Brian Hart, Stewart Kevill-Davies, Simmons Aerofilms, Terry Tracey, Mike Morant, Martin Young, Kevin Lane, Jonathan Willcox, Mostly by Train, Paul Lemon, Ernie Breck, Graham Larkbey, Richard Allen, Eastbank Model Railway Club, Graham Walker, Jim Lake, John Law, Middleton Press, Brian Creasey, Phil Mackie, Ted Arnott, Rob Riddle, John Latter, Alan Lewis Chamber and anyone else I might have forgotten. Ferry information from Ray Goodfellow,Andrew Humphreys, Mike Jackson & Ian Boyle


 

 

 

[Source: Nick Catford]




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