Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 12 - Spring 1977

Tenterden Terrier Number 12Number 12 – Spring 1977

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Passenger statistics – 1976
A total of 39,741 passengers were carried (17% more than in 1975) on 99 operating days

8-10
The big lift
Simon Green
Describes how the girders of the rebuilt Newmill Bridge were lowered into place in November 1976, despite torrential rain and flooding

11
A relic from the Potteries
P.D.S.
Proposed purchase of a water column that stood on the platform of Shrewsbury Abbey station of the Shropshire & Montgomeryshire Light Railway until 1963, for use at either Northiam or Bodiam

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Bodiam by 1980?
Stephen Bennett
The Chairman of the Tenterden Railway Company outlines possible developments on the railway over the next three years

14-15
Off the rails
Archive photographs from the W.H. Austen collection showing the derailment of K&ESR 0-6-0 No. 7 ‘Rother’ and a train of ex-Great Eastern Railway four-wheeled carriages on Tenterden Bank in about 1914

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From our ticket collection – A railwayman’s privilege
Robin Doust
Illustrates and describes a K&ESR employee privilege rate ticket

20-24
From Headcorn to Maidstone.  Part 1: Nineteenth century schemes (1856-1900)
Neil Rose
History of a series of proposals for railways along the Loose Valley.  The only section built was the short branch to a goods station in Tovil, opened in 1886-87

25-28
The 4 Hecates
Stephen Garrett
There were four locomotives named ‘Hecate’ on the Colonel Stephens railways: K&ESR No. 4, a Hawthorn Leslie 0-8-0T, Shropshire & Montgomeryshire Light Railway No. 2, a 0-4-2ST, a Manning Wardle 0-6-0ST of 1862, which may have been used on the Weston, Clevedon & Portishead and Shropshire & Montgomeryshire Light Railways, and a ‘Terrier’ 0-6-0T, Shropshire & montgomeryshire Light Railway No. 7