Visited with my three kids. The place isn’t well sign posted from where you park at the postcode supplied. However once found there is a steep metal stair case no good for people in wheel chairs or uneasy on their feet. Once there the price...More
Sittingbourne and Kemsley Light Railway Limited
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a quirky little line and ideal day out for young children. We visited during the Jack the Station cat event. The railway's fares are already very reasonable, and they don't charge extra when holding special events. We had taken our 1 year old daughter who...More
What a lovely wee ditty of a trip. I mean, the sight out the window is pretty bleak (it is Sittingbourne after all) but the cute station and lovely play area at Kemsley more than made up for it. All lovely volunteers, and really helpful....More
In operation since 1904, this little narrow gauge railway is an absolute gem. The trip is about two miles in each direction and it is run by a group of enthusiastic volunteers with no external funding all bar their own and for this, I take...More
A lovely little original industrial line with loads of character. Staff very pleasant and happy and helpful. Facilities are very smart and clean. I'd recommend a visit to anyone who has 2 or 3 hours spare and fancies a steam engine ride.
The men and women who run, maintain and volunteer all their spare time, to this little piece of social and economic history; are simply wonderful and admirable people. We've lived near to Sittingbourne for 6 years and hadn't known that this existed. So at long...More
Lovely local train ride, Saw a part of the town I didn't know. Though it runs through the industrial area that was what it was built for. Excellent!
Very rude and unhelpful. waste of time travelling there. More information needs to be put on their website.
Although I have lived in Kent for 40 years this was my first visit yesterday when I came here with my son. I am not sure why people complain about the setting or the industry - after all it was an industrial railway and you...More
This is our 3rd or 4th visit this year to the S&KLR. We are never disappointed. The train journey is always a winner with our two children, 6 and 4 years old. The treasure hunt for the children always keeps them entertained and the refreshments...More