Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 39 – Spring 1986

Tenterden Terrier Number 39Number 39 – Spring 1986

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Tickets please!
John Emmott
An analysis of passengers carried in 1985 and an outline of services planned for 1986.  A total of 50,645 passengers were carried, 7% more than in 1984

20-23
Dangerous practices on the Kent & East Sussex
Stephen Garrett
Extracts from Board of Trade files 1903-1914 relating to the practice of guards moving along the train while it was in motion using the outside footboards

27-30
Weald artillery
Ted Gee
Further details on No. 4 Super-Heavy Railway Artillery Battery, which was based on the K&ESR from February 1941 to March 1944

32-33
People in profile.  5: John Miller
Philip Shaw
Profile of John Miller, who was a director of the Tenterden Railway Company 1979-1985 and Chairman 1983-1985

35-37
Welcome to the gin palaces! – 2
Tom Burnham
History of London & South Western Railway invalid saloon No. 11, built in November 1910.  It was sold to the Longmoor Military Railway in February 1938 and eventually arrived on the K&ESR in July 1985

42-44
The line that refused to die
Klaus Marx
Account of a Branch Line Society railtour on 12 April 1958 from Robertsbridge to Tenterden and back.  Motive power was ‘Terriers’ 32636 and 32678

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Rails to Tenterden
Paul Sutton
Working parties recovered a quantity of track, points and buffer stops from the disused Henley Sidings at Paddock Wood