Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 19 – Summer 1979

Tenterden Terrier Number 19Number 19 – Summer 1979

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Obituaries – J.A. Iggulden and A.R. Judd
A. Michael Davies and P.D. Shaw
Obituaries of Arthur Iggulden and Archie Judd, who joined the staff at 23 Salford Terrace in 1914 and 1921 respectively

13-15
Up against the buffer stops
Stephen Benett
The company chairman outlines four major projects planned at Tenterden and explains why the need for consolidation make it unlikely that the railway will be extended to Northiam before 1985

16-21
Ilfracombe goods
Stephen Garrett
Outlines the history of this class of ex-London & South Western Railway 060 tender engines built in 1873-80, of which six examples were acquired by Colonel Stephens for use on the K&ESR ('Rother' and 'Juno'), the Shropshire & Montgomeryshire ('Hesperus', 'Pyramus' and 'Thisbe') and the East Kent Light Railway (No.3)

23-24
Brighton freight
George Wright
Recovery of an ex-London Brighton & South Coast Railway 8-ton ventilated van built in 1920 from Crabtree Sidings, Belvedere, by the Thameside area Group

27-30
Cranbrook to Tenterden
Neil Rose
Describes the history of various railway projects in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, including the Tenterden Railway (Headcorn – Tenterden – Appledore), a Cranbrook & Paddock Wood Railway extension from Cranbrook to Appledore, the Cranbrook, Tenterden & Ashford Light Railway, and the Cranbrook & Tenterden Light Railway

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From our ticket collection – First class weekend
Robin Doust
Illustrates and describes a blank first-class weekend return ticket from Bodiam, printed by the Southern Railway in about 1932