Whitstable was outstanding for its 'Neighborhood Oysters' which were accumulated from beds past the low water check from Roman conditions until the mid-twentieth century.
It is a coastline town on the north shoreline of Kent in south-east England, situated in the 8km north of Canterbury and 3km west of Herne Bay.
It has a population of around 32,000.
In 1830, one of the soonest explorer railroad organizations was opened by the Canterbury and Whitstable Railway Company.
In 1832, the association developed a harbor and extended the line to manage coal and different mass cargo for the City of Canterbury.
The railroad has since closed yet the harbor still expect a fundamental piece of the town's economy.
It is as of now a bike way which prompts the neighboring town of Canterbury.