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Visit RSPB Dungeness car-free
Bus 11 stops regularly. It runs from Ashford International train station (Stop R), Ham Street train station, New Romney light railway station and Lydd. Hop off at Boulderwell Farm. It’s about a mile’s walk through the reserve from the entrance to the visitor centre.
Bus 102 stops a couple of times per day in the afternoon/ evening. It runs from Dover Priory train station (Stop S), Folkestone bus station (Bay D1), New Romney light railway station and Lydd.
On selected weekends, visitors could also arrive by steam train on the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway. You can reach Hythe, where it starts, on bus 102 or several other buses from Ashford, Folkestone, Dover, Hastings and Rye. Dungeness station, at the far end of the line from Hythe, is one the edge of the reserve.
There are regular trains to Folkestone Central railway station from Dover (10 minutes), London St Pancras (fastest trains are under an hour), Ramsgate (50 minutes) and lots of other places. From Folkestone Central it’s a ten-minute walk to the bus station along Cheriton Road.
There are trains from Ashford International to (among other places) London, Paris and Brussels!
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Here’s some information on accessibility on buses and trains.
About RSPB Dungeness
A migration hotspot with miles of coastal habitats and huge skies, Dungeness is the world’s largest expanse of shingle and England’s third most biodiverse site for insects. Nearly a hundred flooded gravel pits host thousands of overwintering birds; the spring and autumn skies are full of gathering swifts and swallows, and the summer meadows are full of colourful wild flowers.
For any queries about visiting contact RSPB Dungeness on 01797 320588 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: RSPB Dungeness, Dungeness Rd, Romney Marsh TN29 9PN. Visit Website