Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 92 – Winter 2003

Tenterden Terrier Number 92Number 92 – Winter 2003

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The best light railway locomotive of all?
Brian Janes
Describes the return to service of 060 pannier tank No. 1638.  It was built at Swindon in 1951 to a modified GWR design and saw service on the Burry Port and Gwendraeth Valley Railway, among other places

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AGM report – 11 October 2003
Report of the Company's annual general meeting, including the text of the Chairman's statement, results of the election of directors and awards to members

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Virtual preservation and re-creation
Paul Gausden
Describes how a range of K&ESR stock has been created for Microsoft Train Simulator

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The TRC Interreg project
Mike Grant
European Union Interreg funding has been approved for a tourism project by the K&ESR and the Chemin de Fer de la Baie de Somme.  Outputs required include a multi-lingual promotional leaflet, work exchanges between the railways, locomotive exchanges and displays in each country

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The station – Tenterden Town in the 1920s
Tom Burnham
Extracts from A Parcel of Kent by F.J. Harvey Darton (1878-1936), published in 1924, which refer to the K&ESR, together with biographical notes on the author

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The twilight years of the Camber Tram
Brian Janes
Account of the Rye & Camber Tramway from the late 1930s, based mainly on papers from the company's land agents, Vidler and Co.