After use by army during war Hythe's mini train goes back to carrying holiday makers.
Title reads: "WORLD'S SMALLEST TRAIN DEMOBBED".
Panning shot of miniature railway carrying holiday makers between Romney, Dymchurch and Hythe before the war. It goes into a tunnel.
Various shots of same train coming out of a tunnel during war. It has been given armour plating and is used by British army for anti-invasion patrols.
Various shots of women cleaning the miniature steam engine, now restored back to its pre-war image. C/U of locomotive name plate "Hurricane". C/U of driver's cabin. M/S of people on platform getting into small carriages. Comedy sequence of "Pathe's largest cameraman" Ken Gordon trying to squeeze into tiny carriage door laden with camera equipment.
C/U of driver stoking with kitchen shovel coal in engine. M/S of steam coming out of funnel and whistle sounding. C/U of station mistress signalling with flag to driver. Various shots of train pulling out of station and steaming along track. C/U of driver.
Train comes into Hythe station. Mayors of Hythe and Romney cut tape at Hythe station to inaugurate the post war passenger service.