Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 34 – Summer 1984

Tenterden Terrier Number 34Number 34 – Summer 1984

13-16
Thanks girls!
Philip Shaw
On Sunday 6 May 1984, the entire railway was operated by ladies, including visitors from the Bluebell Railway, the Dean Forest Railway and the Quainton Railway Society

19-21
Country signals
Paul Sutton
Details of the signalling installation at Wittersham Road, which was completed in November 1982.  The signal box is from Deal Junction (LC&DR), and other equipment is from a variety of sources, including the Great Northern Railway (Ireland)

22-23
Celebrating the first decennium: ten years of successful operations on Britain’s first light railway
Philip Shaw
The re-opening ceremony was re-enacted on Saturday 2 June 1984, as in 1974 by the Rt Hon William Deedes.  ‘Terrier’ No. 10 ‘Sutton’ returned to service

27-31
Barbara gets a facelift
Philip Shaw
Details of the full overhaul of Pullman car ‘Barabara’, with photographs of the interior and exterior of the car since 1947

33-37
Trials by Drewry
Paul Sutton
History of the 204hp diesel shunters built by Drewry (BR class 04) and British Railways (class 03), their use on the K&ESR from 1957 to 1961, and the three examples preserved on the K&ESR

39-42
Early days
Robin Doust
Memories of the formative years of the Kent & East Sussex Railway Preservation Society in the early 1960s, by one of its founder members

45-48
Keep those wagons rolling
Stephen Garrett
Details of the wagons owned by the K&ESR from 1899 until Nationalisation in 1948