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Cream Tea on the Kent and Sussex Railway | Hastings & Tunbridge Wells

Spend the afternoon traveling through the picturesque Rother Valley in a train hauled by a classic steam engine with a cream tea included.

The Kent & East Sussex Railway is a renowned heritage railway based in Tenterden, Kent, UK. Built by Holman F Stephens, it was the first light passenger railway in Britain in the early 20th century and is today one of Britain’s most loved and original heritage lines which will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of reopening in 2024. With a rich history spanning over 120 years, the K&ESR offers visitors an authentic steam and diesel-powered railway experience through 10½ miles of Wealden countryside in the beautiful Rother Valley, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Staffed almost entirely by volunteers, the railway prides itself on preserving railway heritage, operating a diverse range of locomotives, and providing a unique glimpse into the golden age of rail travel.


What's Included



Pensioner (over 60)

Child (under 16)

Tickets available to purchase until 23 May or until fully booked