Lydd-On-Sea Halt Railway Station
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Lydd-on-Sea Halt was a railway station which served the modern village of Lydd-on-Sea in Kent, England. The station opened in 1937 and closed in 1967.Prompted by holiday camp development in the area, the Southern Railway decided in 1937 to realign its branch line to New Romney closer to the sea and to open two intermediate stations - Lydd-on-Sea and Greatstone-on-Sea. The opening of Lydd-on-Sea on 4 July 1937 coincided with the closure of Dungeness station to passengers; it was intended that Lydd-on-Sea, -mile from Dungeness, would serve both locations and its running-in board read "Lydd-on-Sea."
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- 08 Jun 2011
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