Custodians of locomotives No 3 "Bodiam" and No 2678

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TERRIER 150 - A series of events celebrating 150 Years of the LB&SCR A1 Class T150 small


The Terrier Trust is the custodian of two Victorian steam locomotives that can be seen at the Kent & East Sussex Railway.  Almost uniquely in preservation, the pair have spent the majority of their working lives hauling trains on this delightful, rural railway which was associated with "Terriers" before its closure and reinvention as a popular heritage railway.

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Boiler back in framesRestoration of No 70 "Poplar" nears completion

2678 Wows at Didcot A fourth gala appearance in less than six months marked the start of an extended visit to the GWR bastion of Didcot Railway Centre  READ MORE

Heritage Fund LogoLottery Grant Puts No 70 'Poplar' on the Curriculum The Trust CIO has received £33,000 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund for The Terrier Poplar Education Project to create an educational programme for primary school children featuring the Trust’s 150-year-old steam locomotive.  READ MORE

2678 Returns to Service and Heads to Isle of Wight for Gala The re-entry to traffic of 2678 on the K&ESR and journey to the Isle of Wight were featured on ITV Meridian News.  READ MORE

2678 Outshopped and Ready for Testing The overhaul of 2678 reached a major landmark on 17 November 2020.  READ MORE