Etchinghill Tunnel

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Etchinghill Tunnel was one of two railway tunnels on the Elham Valley Railway in England. The Elham Valley Railway operated from 1887 to 1947. The railway ran through the Elham Valley connecting Folkestone and Canterbury in East Kent.

The railway was closed during WWII as the military used it for transporting military cargo. The other tunnel, Bourne Tunnel, was used for storing the railway gun called Boche Buster. The railway shortly opened to the public again after WWII, but closed in 1947.
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