Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 95 – Winter 2004

Number 95 – Winter 2004

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16-17
The AGM speech 2004
Norman Brice
Transcript of the report by the Chairman to the Annual General Meeting on 9 October 2004

22-23
New man at the helm
Nick Pallant
An interview with Graham Baldwin, the new general manager of the K&ESR

24-28
The Kipling connection
Philip Shaw
The Museum has acquired three letters written by Rudyard Kipling to H.F. Stephens between July 1918 and January 1929.  The letters are reproduced and their background is discussed.  See also a letter and a correction to this article, Tenterden Terrier No.96, 34-35, Spring 2005

29-32
Stopped at Llanymynech
Brian Janes
A look at the inter-railway politics that led the Shropshire & Montgomeryshire to be starved of traffic at its western end, with particular reference to the Nantmawr quarry traffic.  Mentions the role of the Earl of Bradford and F.C. Matthews in negotiations with the Cambrian Railways

33
New boy
Stan Kemp
A member of the Tuesday Group discusses the problems of producing what is both a working museum and a financially viable tourist attraction

36-41
Summer outing to Shepherdswell
Ralph Gillam
Recollections of the visit of the Norbury and South London Transport Club to the East Kent Light Railway on 24 July 1948