South Downs Lines –
Formerly Dover Central on the East Kent Branch Line (the very first station on the route) since renamed to Porthcaster Central. This station has been completely redone from scratch including track and and platforms (the surrounding area hasn’t changed much)
- Platforms 3 – 6 All fit 12 Car Trains (20m Carriages) – Same as before
- Platform 2 – Fits at most 9 Car (for the East Kent Branch Line – From Porthcaster Docks) – Extended
- Platform 1 – Fits at Most 5 Car (for the East Kent Branch Line) – Extended
Pictures – Click for full size
A few version pictures that have been shown on my facebook page more recently, click on the picture for full size. Most screenshots taken from South Downs Lines, with one from the ECML South and two more from Just Trains “Marsdonshire” route
Just Trains – “Marsdonshire”
Various Pictures showing Network Southeast on various routes, in this case mostly London – Faversham (with one on the Sheerness on Sea branch) and London to Brighton routes.
Click any picture for full size !
8 Car 4VEP at Strood
4 Car Class 421 at Kemsley (4CIG)
8 Car Class 421 at Rainham (Kent) on a service to Dover Priory (Route code 37 😉 )
Class 421 and 423 at Redhil (with the one on the right in Blue Grey Livery)
12 Car Class 423 passing Norbury
Two Pictures – Class 466 on the South Downs Lines and Freightliner Class 70 passing through Porthcaster Central (click for full size)
Picture of the Day – 04/02/2013 – London Overground 166 at Tondon Central (former Folkestone Central)
London Overground 166 at Tondon Central (former Folkestone Central)
* Note I’m not changing the route from Network Southeast era but was just curious to see which one looked better at the docks station.
So which one looks better, Southeastern with modern networkers or a not as modern Network Southeast era with Slam door rolling stock instead
Network Southeast Trains at Dover Central (although name has changed to Porthcaster Central)
NSE Trains at Dover Central