In Britain

Although this ticket has no date on it, the fact that it is Southern Railway puts it between 1923 and 1948, probably at the later end of the period. Bekesbourne is a tiny, pretty village on the North Downs in Kent, on the line between Canterbury and Dover. The station is still open but the only remaining original features are the platforms, the lattice footbridge and some lengths of iron fencing. This is the closest station to Howletts Wildlife Park.


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