Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 72 – Spring 1997

Tenterden Terrier Numner 72Number 72 – Spring 1997

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The fate of the Colonel’s Royal saloons
Peter Davis
The Shropshire & Montgomeryshire Railway and the K&ESR each acquired a four-wheeled saloon from the L&SWR Royal train of the 1840s.  The S&MR example was transferred to the Longmoor Military Railway in December 1953, but broken up some three years later.  The K&ESR saloon was sold to the Southern Railway in 1936 for a proposed museum, but during the 1939-45 War the body was sold for use as a summer house, and was broken up about 1965

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Tickets please!
Ray Collins
Analysis of passenger numbers for 1996, when the total increased by 21.6% to 80,528

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People in profile – around the railway in 30 years
Cathy Roberts
Cathy began working as a volunteer in 1966, and was appointed as Company Secretary in 1996, having joined the paid staff as an office junior thirty days previously

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People in profile – ice station Wittersham Road
Richard Potter
Richard describes a guard’s experiences on the New Year’s Eve Pullman

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A quarter century of company membership
Norman A. Johnson
Article analysing changes in membership of the Tenterden Railway Company from 1971 to 1996

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More might-have-beens
Nick Pallant
Some locomotives which were considered in the early days of preservation.  Also gives details of the Sentinel locomotives, ‘Gervase’ and ‘Dom’, which were acquired