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Written by Jason Rodhouse - 05 Jun 2007
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Location notes
Worth is a small Kent village near to Sandwich, on the line running between Minster and Dover.
Railway type and traffic
Class 375 Electrostars are generally all you see on the line these days, although the occasional charter and engineers train can be seen passing.
This location is a quiet foot crossing.
Road directions
From Sandwich, head south on Deal Road (The A258) Worth is not too far away, so keep a look out for a right hand turning that takes you to the village. If you miss the first turning, you`ll be given a second attempt.
Go past the school, and head along Goretop lane until the end.

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Worth, Blue Pigeon crossing map co-ordinates
There is ample room to park a few cars at the end of the lane.
Public transport
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There are a couple of pubs in the village, Blue Pigeons, and the Crispin Inn.
There are numerous Bed and Breakfasts in Sandwich.
Sun Compass
Sun Compass using Suncalc by brought to you by Vladimir Agafonkin:
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Worth, Blue Pigeon crossing

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Streetmap links
Worth, Blue Pigeon crossing general view map
Worth, Blue Pigeon crossing close up map

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Worth, Blue Pigeon crossing

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Photographic notes
Southbound trains are best photographed from late morning through to the afternoon, and northbound trains are best captured in the afternoon/evening.
The location should be quiet enough for video.

General views - All photographs © Jason Rodhouse unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking north west

Fig 1 - Looking north west

Fig 2 - Looking south east

Fig 2 - Looking south east

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