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Folkestone Harbour railway station from the air

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aerial photograph of Folkestone Harbour railway station Kent UK. Folkestone Harbour railway station was originally built 1843-1849 but then resited in 1856. The line served the rail/sea passenger interchange for the Ferry to Boulogne and was particularly important for troop transport during the first world war. The station closed to regular services in 2001 although a number of heritage trains used the line up until 2014 when it closed permanently. The photograph was taken in 2009 before the final.

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