Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 52 – Summer 1990

Tenterden Terrier Number 52Number 52 – Summer 1990

16-17
Quality rather than quantity...
Mark Toynbee
The railway's marketing director discusses how there can be a marked increase in the quality of the experience offered to users

18-20
Our second Royal visit
Mark Toynbee
The official re-opening of Northiam station by HRH the Duke of Gloucester

27-30
Keeping track of the times
David Hazeldine
Track on the Northiam extension was tamped using Clark Rail's Plasser & Theurer 08 tamper and a Matisa regulator

31-34
My Dear Dah...
Kay Smailes
Extracts from letters and postcards sent to his parents by the young Holman F. Stephens (1876-1900)

35-36
All set to go
Duncan Buchanan
Visit of Major Peter Olver of the Railway Inspectorate to the Northiam extension

39-40
More light on the East Kent Terrier
Peter Cooper
What happened to the spare Terrier boiler the East Kent Light Railway sold to the Southern Railway in 1932 (see also Tenterden Terrier No. 37)

41-44
The military railways of Lydd.  Part 1: Standard gauge
Norman Johnson
History of the Lydd Military Railway, constructed in 1883 to connect Lydd Army camp and the associated artillery ranges with the Appledore to Dungeness branch

46-48
From the railway archives - “Selsey”
John Miller
The nameplate from West Sussex Railway locomotive No. 2 “Selsey” and other items relating to the Selsey Tramway have been presented to the Museum by Frank Kellond-Jones