Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 57 – Spring 1992

Tenterden Terrier Number 57Number 57 – Spring 1992

19-20
Planning matters
David Stratton
Reasons for the railway’s opposition to plans for a new hotel in the field adjacent to the railway line at Tenterden

21-23
Project Final Push
Robin Dyce
Report of a group looking at the feasibility of restoration of the Northiam to Bodiam section

28-33
Where are they now?
John Miller
Correspondence of 1948 relating to engine nameplates from the K&ESR, and a list of the nameplates from the Colonel Stephens railways known to survive

34-36
The ones that got away
Nick Pallant
Article on some of the engines which were suggested for use on the K&ESR in the early days of the preservation scheme, bit which did not actually make it to the railway

40
Tickets please!
John Emmott
Analysis of passengers carried in 1991.  Total was 68,469 (average of 67 per train) compared with 81,934 and 90 respectively in 1990

41-43
More about the vintage train
David Dine and Jo Roesen
The first part describes the restoration of the District Railway four-wheeler No. 100 and the L&NWR inspection saloon, and the second part relates how work started on the body of Greast Eastern six-wheeler No. 197

44-48
The railways of Martin Mill.  Part 2 – The Martin Mill Military Railway
Norman Johnson
A network of railways was relaid or built new in 1940 to serve firing positions for rail-mounted cross-Channel super-heavy guns