Grain is probably the most remote location in Kent. It is at the eastern end of the Hoo peninsula and is on the south side of the Thames Estuary.
Across the Thames from the Isle of Grain you can see Southend-on-Sea.
(The tide is out)
The River Medway enters the Thames at between the Isle of Grain and Sheerness.
Grain Power station built in the 1970s generates electricity from oil for the national grid
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