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Tenterden Terrier

Terrier Number 67 – Summer 1995

Tenterden Terrier Numner 67Number 67 – Summer 1995

Back to the future
Graham Hukins
The newly appointed commercial manager sets out his vision of the way forward, focusing on light railway ‘style’ and atmosphere’

Welcome back to the loco from Hell.  Part 2: 1989-1995 Restoration and running again
Neil Rose
Details of the restoration of Norwegian mogul No. 376, which was finally commissioned by the Norwegian Ambassador, Tom Vraalsen, on 5 March 1995

The Ashford body finds its feet
John Liddell
Photographic feature recording the construction and fitting of a new underframe to SE&CR coach No. 2947 in March 1995

Tin Lizzies on rails
Monty Baker
A former K&ESR employee describes what it was like to drive the famous back-to-back Ford railmotors in the 1930s

Passengers to Pontyberem
Tom Burnham
H.F. Stephens acted as consultant to the Burry Port & Gwendraeth Valley Railway, a mineral line in south Wales, in obtaining a Light Railway Order and adapting the line for passenger traffic from 1908 to 1913

The last days of the Headcorn Extension.  Part II
Doug Lindsay
Describes how the track of the K&ESR from Tenterden to Headcorn was lifted in 1955