Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 40 – Summer 1986

Tenterden Terrier Number 40Number 40 – Summer 1986

15-17
From a marketing point of view
Mark Toynbee
The railway’s public relations and marketing manager outlines plans in this area

20-21
The Ashford carriages
Eric Graves
Parts of the bodies of four carriages of London Chatham & Dover Railway design (SE&CR numbers 3062, 3022, 3361 and 2947) have been recovered from a bungalow at Ashford

22-23
Through carriage to Tenterden Town
Philip Shaw
A through carriage from London to Tenterden Town was provided for a few years in the late 1920s

27-30
Junction Road for Hawkhurst… Salehurst for Psalms

Stephen Garrett
History of the halts on the K&ESR at Junction Road and Salehurst

32-33
People in profile.  6: Alan Robinson
P.D. Shaw
Alan Robinson’s interests include carriage cleaning, membership of the Tenterden Railway Company’s Finance Committee, and traditional jazz

35-39
The 1066 Line – a personal view of the railway from Tonbridge to Hastings
Neil Rose
History of the line, from its opening in stages between 1845 and 1852 to its electrification in 1986

43-45
Counting the costs 50 years ago
Stephen Garrett
Analysis of the K&ESR accounts for 1936

47-48
Get out – you’re both sacked!
Paul Sutton
A dispute over the dismissal of Driver Griffin and Guard Buttifint of the East Kent Railway after an accident on 1 December 1941