Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 36 – Spring 1985

Tenterden Terrier Number 36Number 36 – Spring 1985

16-17
The Lakeside & Cranbrook Road Railway
Paul Sutton
Arrangements to drain a flooded area impounded by the railway embankment just above Cranbrook Road level crossing

18-19
People in profile.  2: Allan Tebboth
P.D. Shaw
Manager of the clearance department

20-23
The Davis report
Stephen Garrett
Extracts from a report proposing improvements in efficiency of the K&ESR, prepared by Douglas Davis in 1929

28
Tickets please!
John Emmott
Analysis of passengers carried in 1984 and an outline of services planned for 1985.  Total number of fare-paying passengers was 44,385, 7% more than in 1983

29-30
How many for dinner?
Doug Lindsay
Report on the filming of sequences for a TV drama with this title in January 1985

31-33
This is the way the puff puff goes…
P.D. Shaw
Report on the annual Pullman staff dinner on 8 December 1984.  Music was provided by the Shanghai Syncopators with vocal accompaniment by Alan Robinson, and the guests were photographer Brian Stephenson and his wife Micky, and founder member Robin Doust

34
Perfection on the footplate
Paul Sutton
A K&ESR crew won the annual Steam Railway/6000 LA “Footplatemen of the Year” contest in September 2984

37-39
All change at Rolvenden
Paul Sutton

Proposed changes in track layout and signalling to allow Rolvenden to become a passing place for passenger trains

41-43
The Mountfield gypsum line
Norman Johnson
The one-mile railway from exchange sidings on the Hastings line at Mountfield to British Gypsum’s underground mine at Brightling, Sussex

48-49
From Tenterden to Didcot
Photographs of the visit of “Terrier” No. 32670 to the Enthusiasts’ Weekend at the Didcot Railway Centre on 29-30 September 1984