Format: PAL, Region 0 (all regions)
Duration: 60 minutes
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From the 1920s to 1960s, Kent, often referred to as the Garden of England, was a very different place. Steam trains brought holidaymakers to Margate and in the countryside, Londoners in their hordes picked hops on the farms. By the early 1960s, mechanised farming had emptied the land, and foreign travel was becoming more popular.
Discover how life changed across half a century, and relive these rare scenes from Kent's past, including holidays at Margate, Ramsgate and Folkestone. Also contains footage of Chatham dockyards, fishing crews at Whitstable and Winston Churchill visiting Dover.
Narrated by Mike Cooper.
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