Kent & East Sussex Railway - Tenterden Town Station
Steam train and heritage diesel train journeys
The Kent and East Sussex Railway is one of the country's finest examples of a preserved rural light railway. The railway’s beautifully restored steam locomotive and carriages will take everyone on a journey through the beautiful Wealden countryside to Bodiam.
As well as trains on many weekdays and most weekends throughout the year there are a number of special events to add to the excitement
30th - 1st Oct Wildlife Weekend
30th September - 1st Wildlife Weekend
7th & 8th Tenterden Folk Festival
14th & 15th Austin Counties Classic Car Rally
21st - 29th October Half-Term Activities
26th Santa Special ‘Quiet Day’
2nd • 3rd • 9th • 10th • 16th • 17th • 22nd • 23rd • 24th Santa Specials
29th • 30th • 31st • 1st Jan 2024 Steam into the New Year!
To book tickets visit https://kesr.org.uk/
Kent & East Sussex Railway, Tenterden Town Station, Station Road, Tenterden, Kent, TN30 6HE. Tel: 01580 765155
Arriving by car
FREE car parking is available at Tenterden Town Station. In the event of our car park being full, pay and display car parks are situated nearby. Tenterden is less than an hour by car from the M25. If using the M20 travelling southbound, exit at junction 8 to join the A20 and follow signs for Leeds Castle. Continue on the B2163, through the village of Leeds to join the A274, then follow signs for Tenterden. If travelling northbound, exit at junction 9 and join the A28, then follow signs for Tenterden. Tenterden Station is situated in the heart of the town just off the High Street (A28).
Facilities for the disabled
All our facilities have been carefully designed with disabled and elderly passengers in mind. There are toilets for the disabled at Tenterden Station. In ‘Petros’, our specially designed coach for the disabled, we are able to accommodate a number of wheelchair users on every departure. We suggest you telephone ahead for details. There is full wheelchair access to the shop and refreshment rooms at Tenterden Town. The Tenterden ticket office is fitted with an induction loop.