Richborough Castle Halt was a minor station on the Kent Coast Line. It opened in 1918 for military use. Public services began in 1933, lasting until 1939 when the halt was closed.
|Pre-grouping||South Eastern & Chatham Railway|
|29 June 1918||Opened for military use|
|19 June 1933||Opened to public services|
|11 September 1939||Closed|
Richborough Castle Halt was originally built for military use. It opened on 29 June 1918. The halt had two platforms, one of which was equipped with a shelter. On 19 June 1933, it opened to public services. The halt was closed on 11 September 1939.
|Preceding station||Disused railways||Following station|
Kent Coast line
|Ebbsfleet and Cliffsend Halt|
Ashford to Ramsgate line