About half an hour from Rye is the coastal settlement of Dungeness, a vast expanse of shingle ridges, built up over the centuries by longshore drift. Here you find fisherman villages, the old lighthouse www.dungenesslighthouse.com (as shown above), wooden walkways and glorious skies. 

Many Londoners have historically had holiday homes in the Romney Marsh area over the years and many have grown up with happy memories of trips on the Romney Hythe & Dymchurch Railway train, which claims to be the worlds smallest public railway, having a gauge of just 15 inches. http://www.dungeness.org.uk/

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