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Written by Jason Rodhouse - 28 Sep 2006
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Location notes
Sturry is a village in Kent, just to the north of Canterbury, on the Ashford to to Ramsgate line.
Railway type and traffic
The station normally sees an hourly service to Charring Cross, and to Ramsgate/Margate.
The station itself is very pleasant, and you can also observe the signal box which still sees everyday use.
Road directions
From Canterbury, take the A28 heading to Margate. This will lead you through Sturry itself. When you reach the level crossing, you will notice the station building to the right.

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Sturry Station map co-ordinates
There is room to park a few cars here in a 'taxi-rank' fashion in front of the station itself. There are also parking areas opposite the shops.
Public transport
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There is a good shop opposite the station, where sandwiches and other snacks can be purchased.
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Sturry Station

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Sturry Station general view map
Sturry Station close up map

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Sturry Station

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Photographic notes
The station itself has staggered platforms, one either side of the level crossing.

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

Fig 1 - Looking west

Fig 2 - Looking east

Fig 2 - Looking east

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