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Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway Questions & Answers

Can you take pushchairs on board?

5 months ago Answer

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Great Yarmouth, United Kingdom
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I've been on the train recently and anything goes! There is a small luggage carriage if you wish to us it for the puschair, otherwise I recommend folding it up (its small inside the carriage) and talking it on with you.

5 months ago
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Yes I think so. I saw a few people take them on.

5 months ago
kent.england
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Hi,yes...pushchairs ,wheelchairs and all the luggage you can carry.The train may be scaled but it's a Tardis inside.You will have no problems.....enjoy

5 months ago
Maidstone, United Kingdom
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You can take push chairs and bikes and wheel chairs. Just need to let a member of staff know and they will find somewhere to put it on board.

5 months ago
Christchurch, United Kingdom
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Yes, there are luggage facilities and there's a wheelchair friendly coach on every train (but they advise wheel chair booking - free). Whether the space for the two are one and the same I don't know but judging by the number of families with smalls I guess wheelchairs are handled differently from pushchairs. Besides, I reckon you could probably get the pushchair in with you in the carriage. Suggest a call or email direct.

5 months ago
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