Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 37 – Summer 1985

Tenterden Terrier Number 37Number 37 – Summer 1985

17-20
Beyond the Maidstone Extension
Tom Burnham
History of the proposed Maidstone & Faversham Junction Light Railway, which obtained a Light Railway Order in 1901

22-23
“Northiam” to Loughborough
Report on a visit by “Austerity” No. 25 to the Great Central Railway, from December 1984 to April 1985

24-25
An Austerity in Hyde Park
P.D. Shaw
A K&ESR driver and fireman were among those in charge of the replica broad gauge GWR 4-2-2 locomotive “Iron Duke” when it was steamed in Kensington Gardens, London, in April 1985

27-30
Taking stock: Southern Region’s first impressions of the Kent & East Sussex line
Stephen Garrett
Summary of the results of inspections of the K&ESR by British Railways officials in 1948 following nationalisation

32-33
People in profile.  3: John Jeffries
P.D. Shaw
John Jeffries serves as company secretary, and as a guard

38-40
Feeding the forty thousand
Ken Lee
The catering manager describes present facilities in Pullman car “Theodora” at Tenterden, and plans for a permanent building, possibly using the former Maidstone bus station building

42-43
The curious affair of the East Kent Terrier
Tom Burnham
The East Kent Light Railway purchased a spare boiler for a “Terrier” locomotive in 1926, although the class never operated on the line