East Kent Railway, near Dover, Kent. We have a dedicated team of volunteers who restore and operate our trains, and are always looking for more. Others work to raise funds, man the sales stand and carry out admin duties vital to the running of a charity. Membership entitles you to participate in all of these activities and you receive "EPB Magazine" 4 times a year, keeping you in touch with EPBPG news.
Please do consider joining us, see membership page for further details.
See our emudays pages for details of when emus are running at the East Kent Railway in 2014. The Emudays 2014 timetable has just been uploaded to this page. Visit us on September 6th & 7th for the premier Southern EMU event.
The Cep motor coaches moved by rail from Stewarts Lane to Eastleigh works on Friday 3rd January 2014, hauled by West Coast Railway's 33.029. The route was via Putney- Hounslow-Staines Addlestone and then on the South West Mainline via Basingstoke to Eastleigh. The coaches are now inside Eastleigh works so the rebuild can begin. The EPB Preservation Group has a dedicated website for the rebuild of 4Cep 7105 back to as near original condition as possible. Please consider a donation to help with this unique project. Further details available at
Ride the full size trains and buy the models from us, all profits go to restoration
Click on the Bachmann logo to go to the model sales page.
When our EMUs are running
See our website www.emudays.co.uk for details of when emus are in use at the East Kent Railway.
Details of 2014 emu running days will appear soon.
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Updated 30th August 2014
This website is currently been rebuilt, so apologies if some pages do not work as expected.
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This website and it's contents are copyright the EPB Preservation Group (Charity no. 1132225)