www.rvr.org.uk Includes great coverage of the recent developments.
East Kent Railway
The definitive book on the EKR is: The East Kent Light Railway by M Lawson
Finch and SR Garrett, 2 volumes, Oakwood Press, 2003.
The East Kent Light Railway by Vic Mitchell and Keith Smith, Middleton Press, 1989, in typical Middleton style provides useful photographs and route information.
For a quick refresher, there is Memories of the East Kent Light Railway, compiled byPeter A Harding from notes and photographsby David Kevan, published by Peter, 1997.
Kent & East Sussex Railway
The best overall book is The Kent & East Sussex Railway by Stephen Garrett,Oakwood Press, 1999.
The Kent & East Sussex Railway by Brian Hart, Wild Swan(nd), is beautifully produced and strong oncompany history and the local context, withmany photos, though lacks comprehensiveinformation on rolling stock and operation.
An Illustrated History of the Kent & East Sussex Railway, OPC, 2007, includes someatmospheric photographs, but don’t placetoo much trust in the captions.
The MiddletonPress has published Branch Line to Tenterden by Mitchell and Smith in 1985 intheir inimitable style
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