The historic Kent town of Rochester is enjoying a mini boom, underlined by the recent unveiling of a stunning £26 million railway terminal to replace the old station that first opened for business in 1892.

Trains from the new station will take commuters to London in just 35 minutes for an annual cost of £3,876. The station is a key part of major regeneration and expansion plans for the town made famous by Charles Dickens, who lived nearby and set many of his famous novels there.Rochester-Castle