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Romney By Randall Davies
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Romney Sands Railway Station is a station on the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway in Kent, England. It is located on the bleakest part of the Romney Marsh, a shingle peninsula.The station opened... More > in May 1928 and was originally named "Maddieson's Camp" after the adjacent holiday camp which it served. The pre-war station consisted of nothing more than station name boards. After the Second World War the double track mainline was reduced to single track, and a single concrete platform was provided. There were no other changes until 1973.In 1973, the decision was made to install a passing loop to enable the operation of an hourly train service between New Romney and Dungeness; however, the site had insufficient space. The station was therefore re-located to the other side of the holiday camp entrance road. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romney_Sands_railway_station Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
Scenes of Romney Marsh By Marsh Ink Writers
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Marsh Ink Writers have compiled this anthology to celebrate both the relaunch of the group and their love of Romney Marsh.The book reflects the variety of writing with the group, through stories,... More > poetry and prose.< Less
Snowdrop By Rik Roots
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For most people, Christmas is a time of joy; for some it has become a time of lonely sorrow. For Snowdrop, Christmas is about to become a timeless place of fear, horror – and unimaginable... More > loss. On the hill above the Marshes, someone watches; some thing waits ...< Less
Secrets of the Shingle By Emma Batten
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As the nineteenth century draws to a close, Alice arrives at Dungeness to become school teacher at the local school. She is expecting a seaside village with a promenade,sandy beaches and, at the very... More > least, pavements. Instead, she finds herself on a desolate, windswept, shingle headland unlike any place she has ever been. All too soon, she stumbles upon a dying woman and is haunted by her inability to help her. Not knowing who to trust and trapped within the inhospitable landscape, Alice is determined to find out who the woman was and what had happened to her. ​A story of fierce loyalties,sinister secrets and a young woman's growing maturity as she reviews her prejudices and learns to cope in her new environment. This novel is predominantly set in Dungeness, Kent. The reader is also taken to the areas of Willesborough and Newtown in Ashford, at a time of rapid growth for that town.< Less
Still Water By Paul Brasington
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Driving alone in an isolated country lane at night a woman is halted by a dying sheep in the road and is helped by a stranger. She is drawn to the man and as their relationship develops both must... More > bring their dark histories to the light, dreaming of a mutual transformation of their lives. Lyrical and disturbing, Still Water is a love song for Romney Marsh, an isolated and moody place of ragged farmland, ditches, ancient churches and grim stories. This short poetic novel is a meditation too on the trappings of the past and the hope of redemption, laced with mystery, strange nature and the apprehension of beauty through troubled humanity.< Less
Dr. Syn Series By Russell Thorndyke
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Contains the following stories: A Smuggler Tale of Romney Marsh, Dr. Syn on The High Seas, Dr. Syn Returns, The Amazing Quest of Dr. Syn, The Further Adventures of Dr. Syn, The Shadow of Dr. Syn
Doctor Syn By Russell Thorndyke
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A FICTION HOUSE PRESS FACSIMILE REPRINT--A STIRRING ADVENTURE TALE OF THE ROMNEY MARSH "Dr. Syn", a novel of adventure, the scene of which is laid in Kent in the days of George III.... More > Romney Marsh, the lonely region where much of the action takes place, was continually visited by night riders, fiendish figures dimly seen by the glow from the Jack-o'-lanterns which they carried. In the village lived a person scarcely less mysterious than they--a genial, kindly vicar, who sang quite inappropriate snatches of pirate songs. The refrain which fell oftenest from his lips was the favorite chanty of the redoutable pirate chief, Clegg, hanged, according to rumor, a decade before.< Less
Hop Cultivation By Charles Whitehead
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Sir Charles Whitehead, Kt., F.L.S., F.G.S. (1834 – 1912) was born in Kent and educated at Tonbridge School. He was for many years involved in agriculture, farming 250 acres of hops, fruit and... More > wheat in mid-Kent and a further 240 acres of grazing land on Romney Marsh. He gave up farming in 1879 but continued his work with the Royal Agricultural Society which he had joined in 1857. He wrote many papers and reports for the Royal Agricultural Society's Journal particularly on market gardening, hop cultivation, fruit farming, potato culture and the agriculture of Kent.< Less