Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 68 – Winter 1995

Tenterden Terrier Numner 68Number 68 – Winter 1995

14-17
Relic to runner: the restoration of No. 2947
Nick Pallant
Restoration of an ex-South Eastern & Chatham Railway four-wheeled carriage, recovered as a body from Ashford

19-20
A new structure, key issues and objectives
Robin Dyce
The Chairman comments on the reasons for recent changes in the structure of the Tenterden Railway Company Board and issues for the future

25-27
A tale of three Terriers
Gerald Siviour and Tim Stanger
The Terrier Trust has been formed to ensure that Terriers will once again run on the K&ESR.  The locomotives concerned are No 32678, No. 3 “Bodiam” and No. 32650 (“Sutton”)

28-31
The Shefflex set
Monty Baker
During the 1920s and 1930s, the K&ESR operated three back-to-back petrol railmotor sets.  The first two were based on Model T Ford commercials and the third was built by Shefflex Motors of Sheffield.  Monty Baker recalls working with the Shefflex set during the 1930s

34-37
The last days of the Headcorn Extension.  Part III
Doug Lindsay
Reminiscences of the lifting of the track between Biddenden and Headcorn in 1955

38-39
How much money is there in the bank?
Bernard Sealy
The Financial Director outlines the accounts for 1994 in an interview with Philip Shaw

40
Jack Hoad – an appreciation
Iain Pringle
Obituary of former driver Jack Hoad (1914-1995)

43
100 years of the Rye & Camber Tramway
Laurie Cooksey
Brief account of the celebration of the centenary in Rye