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Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 79 – Summer 1999

Tenterden Terrier Number 79Number 79 – Summer 1999

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

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)

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

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

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

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

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)