Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 88 – Summer 2002

Tenterden Terrier Number 88Number 88 – Summer 2002

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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

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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

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‘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

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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

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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

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