Custodians of locomotives No 3 "Bodiam" and No 32678

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TERRIER 150 APPEAL - Help ensure No 3 Bodiam and No 2678 are in action for 2022 CAF Donate button


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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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

TERRIER 150: No. 3 Return as No 70 Poplar in Improved Engine Green Terrier No. 3 “Bodiam” is set to return to her original guise as LB&SCR No 70 “Poplar” in Stroudley’s striking ‘improved engine green’ livery when she returns to service in time for her 150th birthday in 2022. The bold move is part of the Terrier 150 programme launched jointly by co-owners The Terrier Trust and Kent & East Sussex Railway early last year. FULL STORY HERE