Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 67 – Summer 1995

Tenterden Terrier Numner 67Number 67 – Summer 1995

16-17
Back to the future
Graham Hukins
The newly appointed commercial manager sets out his vision of the way forward, focusing on light railway ‘style’ and atmosphere’

18-21
Welcome back to the loco from Hell.  Part 2: 1989-1995 Restoration and running again
Neil Rose
Details of the restoration of Norwegian mogul No. 376, which was finally commissioned by the Norwegian Ambassador, Tom Vraalsen, on 5 March 1995

22-23
The Ashford body finds its feet
John Liddell
Photographic feature recording the construction and fitting of a new underframe to SE&CR coach No. 2947 in March 1995

26-29
Tin Lizzies on rails
Monty Baker
A former K&ESR employee describes what it was like to drive the famous back-to-back Ford railmotors in the 1930s

30-35
Passengers to Pontyberem
Tom Burnham
H.F. Stephens acted as consultant to the Burry Port & Gwendraeth Valley Railway, a mineral line in south Wales, in obtaining a Light Railway Order and adapting the line for passenger traffic from 1908 to 1913

40-44
The last days of the Headcorn Extension.  Part II
Doug Lindsay
Describes how the track of the K&ESR from Tenterden to Headcorn was lifted in 1955