On this day: a final railway journey in England

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The passenger train atĀ Tenterden Town railway station in EnglandĀ runs for the last time on the 2nd of January, 1954. All railway traffic ceased in 1961. The locomotive was built in 1896, and rebuilt in 1908.

Tenterden is in Kent in the south of the country, and the railway opened in the year 1900.

Today, a tourist heritage railway operates.