The Kent & East Sussex Steam Railway first opened in 1900, serving the different rural communities throughout East Sussex and Kent. It reopened again in 1974, after closure 20 years earlier, and is now run by a charity named after the line. Journeying on the line from Tenterden, you pass marshlands before continuing to Wittersham Road, where you see several channels dug close to the railway, which are used to farm crayfish, as well as willow trees.
Today, the train boasts the UK's first railway carriage designed specifically to accommodate wheelchair users. The carriage, named 'Petros', comes with ramped wheelchair access, wider aisles, moveable seats, and an accessible toilet