Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 70 – Summer 1996

Tenterden Terrier Numner 70Number 70 – Summer 1996

14-15
How we did in 1995
Bernard Sealy
The Financial Director reviews last year’s performance

17-23
Dual vision
Neil Rose
Report on the twinning ceremony with the Chemin de Fer de la Baie de Somme, France, on 27 April 1996.  Includes photographs of the ceremony by Brian Stephenson

24-28
The Colonel’s maritime venture at Wick Wharf, Weston, Clevedon & Portishead Railway
Geoff Wheat
History of the WC&PR wharf on the River Yeo at Wick St Lawrence, including the ships used for coal traffic.  One of these, the ketch ‘Lily’ was owned by Colonel Stephens himself

29-34
100 years of light railways
Tom Burnham
In connection with the centenary of the Light Railways Act of 1896, the circumstances leading to it and the subsequent development of light railway legislation are reviewed

36-41
A new lease of life for the ‘Réseau des Bains de Mer’
Philip Pacey
The author, an active member of the Association du Chemin de Fer de la Baie de Somme describes how the metre-gauge railways from Noyelles to Le Crotoy and Cayeux were reopened in 1971, and the work done by the Association since then

42-45
Pullman Car No. 349
Doug Lindsay
History of Pullman Car No. 349, built by Metro-Cammell in 1960 and currently on loan to the K&ESR