The line between Dover Priory and Folkestone Central is closed until further notice following severe damage to a sea wall in Dover on Christmas Eve.
How our services are affected
Trains are unable to run between Folkestone Central and Dover Priory. This means that most peak high speed Kent Coast services and most off peak services are unable to stop at Dover Priory, Martin Mill, Walmer, Deal or Sandwich.
There are changes to the timetable as a result of this line closure but you can download the latest timetable below.
fbb often struggles with web sites; it would appear that they see him coming, and, like dogs who are fierce with people who don't like dogs, the web seems to become deliberately tangled.
Be that as it may, the "classic" service to Dover from London Charing Cross must terminate at Folkestone;
Who would want to run a railway?
And, talking of damage being worse than expected ...
Amazingly, once bolted together, these formed a strong frame of precisely the right size to make the front end no longer dependent on glued joints between plastic and dodgy plywood.
Local builders Bodgitt and Fudge have done some work on the properties in Church Square, making them more weather-tight. The two ex-shops on the laft, by the way, have been renovated and fitted with full central heating; hence the lack of chimney stacks. (fbb lost them!).