Some of England's rarest and best-preserved railway signal boxes from across our region have been given Grade-II listed status.
The chosen railway boxes include those from Canterbury East, Maidstone, Wateringbury Eastbourne, and Rye,
The list was announced by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport, who teamed up with Network Rail and English Heritage to seek out the best historic boxes.
In the 1940s, there were about 10,000 signal boxes but today there are fewer than 500 in use.
John Minnis, senior investigator at English Heritage, said:
"These are very special buildings, at one time in a familiar sight on our railway system. Today's listings will ensure that many of these highly distinctive designs are protected for years to come, providing a window into how railways were operated in the past."