Looking to ride on one of the world's most unique steam trains? Visit Hythe in Southeast England where you can hop on board one of the railway wonders of the world.

RH&DR: The World's Smallest Public Railway
RH&DR: The World's Smallest Public Railway
World's Smallest Public Raillway

Opened in 1927, the Romney, Hythe, and Dymchurch Railway is dubbed 'The World's Smallest Public Railway'. This miniature train was the dream of two millionaire race car drivers whose vision became a success that can still be visited today. The train's thirteen mile route goes through the famous Romney Marsh, a distinctive landscape of wetlands and rolling countryside.

The RH&DR railway stops at Dymchurch, St.Mary's Bay, Romney Warren, New Romney, Romney Sands, and Dungeness. The first stop is located in Hythe, Kent, a port town known for its Royal Military Canal and antique shops. During school holidays the railways turns into a children's paradise with discounted tickets and character passengers that ride along with the kids. A stop in Dymchurch is recommended for families and solo travellers alike. This small village features sandy beaches with donkey rides and a nostalgic amusement park right next to the beach. The train is still used by locals to get to school and work in neighboring towns!

The Romney, Hythe, and Dymchurch Railway is a unique experience not to be missed. For train aficionados or families, a ride on this miniature railway will be a memory to cherish. 

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