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Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 88 – Summer 2002

Tenterden Terrier Number 88Number 88 – Summer 2002

Our financial performance in 2001
Philip Shaw
Although the Tenterden Railway Co incurred an overall loss in 2001, it was much less than had originally been expected.  A return to profit is expected in 2002

The way things are now
Mike Esau
Three photographs of ‘Terrier’ 32678 taken during a ‘Sentimental Journeys’ photographic charter in February 2002, and one of the same locomotive on a hop pickers’ special at Bodiam in September 1957

‘Bodiam’ returns
Gerald Siviour
The history of this ‘Terrier’ locomotive, built in 1872 as LB&SCR No.70 ‘Poplar’ and sold to the Rother Valley Light Railway in 1901 as their No.3 ‘Bodiam’.  An overhaul is well advanced

Now it can be told…
John Miller
The planning of a visit by the Queen Mother to Tenterden and the K&ESR in June 1982.  Graham Williams, the guard of the Royal train, recalls his part in the event

Reflections on the K&ESR’s Pickering steam railcar
Brian Janes
Details of the 4-wheeled steam railcar built by Pickerings of Wishaw for the K&ESR in 1905.  See also letter giving additional details, Tenterden Terrier No. 94, 39, Summer 2004

I want to do it again
Iain (‘Jock’) Pringle
Memories of twenty years as a volunteer cleaner and fireman on the K&ESR