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#AYearOfBuses 310: Folkestone – Ashford

#AYearOfBuses 310: Folkestone – Ashford

Once more on #AYearOfBuses, we’re heading back to East Kent – we’re taking a look at Stagecoach’s route 10.

Criss-crossing its way across Kent, the 10 runs from the coastal town of Folkestone, famous for its shipping port and harbour, to Hythe and Ashford.

It’s a particularly scenic route for this part of the world, passing through several small villages along the way such as Brabourne Lees, nestled in former pasture land at the foot of the North Downs. And at the Ashford end, there’s Ashford International station, with links to the continent courtesy of Eurostar.

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1 Comment

  1. Alan Witton

    The 10 is a very old-established route indeed (probably pre-war) and used to go through to Maidstone, jointly worked with M&D. Now that the two companies belong to different groups, we probably won’t see that again!


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