Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 97 – Summer 2005

Tenterden Terrier Number 97Number 97 – Summer 2005

19-20
Branded and licensed
Graham Baldwin
The General Manager discusses branding the K&ESR (including “Terry the Tenterden Terrier”) and the acquisition of a licence to sell beers, wines and spirits at Tenterden Town

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How we did in 2004
Philip Shaw
Accounts for 2004 show that the railway’s total net debt fell for the fourth year running, despite a 5% fall in passenger numbers

26
A young man’s view of hopping
Norman Johnson
Personal recollections of hop-pickers’ trains passing Chelsfield in the 1940s

27-33
The Newport & Four Ashes Light Railway
Tom Burnham
Colonel Stephens was one of the promoters of a light railway from Newport (Shropshire) to Four Ashes (on the Wolverhampton-Stafford line) which was authorised in 1925 but never built

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Keeping an independent voice
Brian Janes
How Colonel Stephens was behind the formation of the Association of Minor Railways, and a campaign to keep his railways independent of the Grouping of 1923