Ian Allan 2007
Hardback 128pp Illustrated
9780711032224   Product Code: 16472
The early development of railways in Kent and Sussex was dominated by competition between the London, Brighton and South Coast, the London, Chatham and Dover and the South Eastern railways. Being a largely agricultural area there have been few industrial railways but access to seaside resorts, historic ports and the Channel Tunnel has profoundly influenced railway development in the region.