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'''Hythe''' (Derivation: OE ''landing place'' or ''harbour'') is a seaside resort town on the [[Kent]] coast of [[England]] about 12km (8 miles) south-west of [[Folkstone]]. It was one of the original [[Cinque Ports]] with [[Dover UK|Dover]], [[Hastings]], [[Romney UK|Romney]] and [[Sandwich UK|Sandwich]]) although the now defunct port is separated from the town by the Royal Military Canal which was built as an anti-invasion measure against [[Napoleon]].
 
'''Hythe''' (Derivation: OE ''landing place'' or ''harbour'') is a seaside resort town on the [[Kent]] coast of [[England]] about 12km (8 miles) south-west of [[Folkstone]]. It was one of the original [[Cinque Ports]] with [[Dover UK|Dover]], [[Hastings]], [[Romney UK|Romney]] and [[Sandwich UK|Sandwich]]) although the now defunct port is separated from the town by the Royal Military Canal which was built as an anti-invasion measure against [[Napoleon]].
  
 
Hythe is at one end of the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway, the smallest public railway in the world.
 
Hythe is at one end of the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway, the smallest public railway in the world.
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Reference:  Brewer’s Britain and Ireland
  
 
[[Category: United Kingdom Cities and Towns]]
 
[[Category: United Kingdom Cities and Towns]]

Latest revision as of 20:28, 26 April 2013

Hythe (Derivation: OE landing place or harbour) is a seaside resort town on the Kent coast of England about 12km (8 miles) south-west of Folkstone. It was one of the original Cinque Ports with Dover, Hastings, Romney and Sandwich) although the now defunct port is separated from the town by the Royal Military Canal which was built as an anti-invasion measure against Napoleon.

Hythe is at one end of the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway, the smallest public railway in the world.

Reference: Brewer’s Britain and Ireland