Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 38 – Winter 1985

Tenterden Terrier Number 38Number 38 – Winter 1985

16-19
Steam to Victory… or Dad’s Army (lorry) steams in
Paul Sutton
The major special event at Tenterden on 15-16 June 1985

21-23
Collecting perfection
Doug Lindsay
Background to an exhibition of Pullman memorabilia at the Tenterden and District Museum

26-30
From Sheffield to Kent and Sussex: the story of the Shefflex railmotors
Stephen Garrett
History of the railmotor sets based on Shefflex lorry components used on the K&ESR and the West Sussex Railway

31-32
Fifteen years of company membership
John Head
Total membership increased from 801 in 1971 to 2470 (estimated) in 1985

34-35
People in profile.  4. Sue Vickers
P.D. Shaw
Sue Vickers is responsible for the Company’s first aid service and also takes a turn as chef on the Wealden Pullman

37-39
No need to dial 999?
Ted Webber
The functions of the Kent & East Sussex Railway fire service are explained, and vehicles made available for its use are listed

45-48
Welcome to the gin palaces!
Tom Burnham
First part of two articles on saloons once used on the Longmoor Military Railway and recently acquired from the Transport Trust for restoration for use on the K&ESR.  History of a L&NWR 6-wheeled engineers’ inspection saloon (LMS number ED33, later 45021) and SE&CR first-class family saloon No. 177 (Southern Railway No. 7913)