Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 53 – Winter 1990

Tenterden Terrier Number 53Number 53 – Winter 1990

18-20
Back to Robertsbridge?
Peter Davis
Feasibility studies to establish the practicability of re-opening the Rother Valley section in its entirety

23-25
A family affair
An event including vintage vehicles was held at Rolvenden on 22-23 September 1990.  Includes photographs by Mike Esau

27-30
Keeping the locomotives in trim
Duncan Buchanan
Outline of the tasks undertaken at Rolvenden motive power depot

32-35
A pre war controversy
Stephen Garrett
Extracts from the Railway Observer (journal of the Railway Correspondence & Travel Society) from 1938 and 1939 referring to the standard of maintenance of the K&ESR

36-39
The military railways of Lydd.  Part 2: Narrow gauge
Norman Johnson
The 60cm (2 feet) gauge railways serving the Lydd artillery ranges.  Construction commenced in 1936

41-42
Twenty years of company membership
Norman Johnson
An analysis by the Membership Secretary of trends from 1971 to 1990

45-48
Life as a lengthman
John Miller
Interview with Arthur James Smith, who worked for the K&ESR as a permanent way lengthman in the 1930s and 1940s