Former Sandgate Hill Lift Railway (Lower Station)

Former Sandgate Hill Lift Railway (Lower Station)


Folkestone, United Kingdom (GB)
Sandgate Hill lift was a small two railed railway in Folkestone, England. The railway was a funicular railway that operated from 1893 to 1918. The railway had two stations - one upper and one lower.

What's left today:
The lower and upper stations both survive, but are now private homes. Birdge abutments of the birdge that carried the railway up the cliff still remain today.
Sandgate Hill lift was a small two railed railway in Folkestone, England. The railway was a funicular railway that operated from 1893 to 1918. The railway had two stations - one upper and one lower.

What's left today:
The lower and upper stations both survive, but are now private homes. Birdge abutments of the birdge that carried the railway up the cliff still remain today.
View in Google Earth Transportation - Rail
Links: www.disused-stations.org.uk
By: Drudii

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