Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 79 – Summer 1999

Tenterden Terrier Number 79Number 79 – Summer 1999

19-21
How we did in 1998
Bernard Sealy
The finance director reviews the results for the last financial year

22-23
Two in one day
Robert Berry
Ian Hislop officiated at a ceremony to mark the return to service of ‘Austerity’ No. 25 “Northiam” and ‘Terrier’ No. 2678 “Knowle” (photo feature)

24-26
1844 – a lost opportunity
Tom Burnham
Proposals for a Hastings, Rye and Tenterden Railway which failed, following opposition from Mr Gladstone when Secretary of the Board of Trade, amongst others

31-35
The Southern and the Selsey Tramway
Stephen Garrett
Part 1 of an edited version of a report drawn up for the Southern Railway in 1934, when it became interested in the possibility of taking over the Tramway

36-39
Life on the Wealden Belle
Sandra Marsh
Description of how the Railway’s prestige dining car train operates

40-42
Profile:- the Kent and East Sussex Locomotive Trust
Duncan Buchanan
Review of the history and current activities of this organisation, founded before 1964 to acquire rolling stock for the K&ESR

43-44
The Bodiam bottle
John Miller
A mineral water bottle, used by Foord Brothers of Waldron in the early 20th century, was found between Northiam and Bodiam (see also extensive correspondence in following issue, Number 80)