Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 64 – Summer 1994

Tenterden Terrier Numner 64Number 64 – Summer 1994

15-20
What we will be
Peter Davis
Proposals for creating an identity for the K&ESR.  It is recommended that K&ESR features that were typical at any time before Nationalisation should be included in a restoration of the line’s independent identity

22-23
Wainwright returns to steam
Robert Berry
Photo feature on the return to regular service on Sunday 20 March 1994 of USA Class 0-6-0T No. 21 “Wainwright”.  The ceremony was performed by Sir Alastair Moreton, chairman of Eurotunnel

26-28
In the shadow of the Colonel – Part 2
Philip Shaw
Second part of an article on the life and times of William Henry Austen, who succeeded Colonel Stephens in 1931 as manager of the group of light railways run from Tonbridge.  W.H. Austen died in 1956

30-31
The family saloon restored
Nick Pallant
The final stages of the restoration of ex-SE&CR No. 177 and its entry into traffic on 13 March 1994

32-33
1993 – a year we must not forget
Bernard Sealy
The railway’s recently appointed finance director reviews a year when finances fell far short of expectations

39
The North London connection
R.W. Kidner
A photograph and description of ex-North London Railway van No. 15, which spent many years at the buffers in Tenterden Town sidings being used as a store-room.  86 of these ‘Type 11’ passenger brake vans were built from 1874 to 1888 and were originally fitted with the Clark & Webb chain brake

40-41
Preservation – the science of survival
Kes Enright
Response to the article “What are we?” in the Spring 1994 Tenterden Terrier, emphasising the over-riding need for the railway to remain solvent, legal and adequately staffed

43-44
Facts, figures and the future
Paul Wilson
The railway’s commercial director explains how the business plan must be set to generate adequate resources