THE SURVIVING TERRIERS

Currently in steam are:

No 62 ‘Martello‘ – left the works in 1875 and is now preserved at Bressingham Steam and Gardens in Norfolk, last re-entering service in 2016.

No 40 ‘Brighton‘ – left the works in 1878 and is now preserved as ‘Newport‘ at the Isle of Wight Steam Railway, last re-entering service in 2014.

No 78 ‘Knowle‘ – left the works in 1880 and is now preserved at The Kent & East Sussex Railway, last re-entering service in 2021. Owned by The Terrier Trust CIO.

Currently under overhaul are:

No 70 ‘Poplar‘ – left the works in 1872 and is now preserved at The Kent & East Sussex Railway. Co-owned by The Terrier Trust CIO and K&ESR. Scheduled to return to service for the engine’s 150th birthday in Spring 2022.

No 72 ‘Fenchurch‘ – left the works in 1872 and is now preserved at the Bluebell Railway in East Sussex. Scheduled to return to service for the engine’s 150th birthday in summer 2022.

No 46 ‘Newington‘ – left the works in 1876 and is now preserved as ‘Freshwater‘ at the Isle of Wight Steam Railway. Expected to return to service to take part in the Terrier 150 celebrations in 2022.

No 50 ‘Whitechapel‘ – left the works in 1876 and is now under overhaul at The Spa Valley Railway in Kent. Last ran as ‘Sutton‘ at The Kent & East Sussex Railway. Scheduled to return to service in 2023.

On static display are:

No 54 ‘Waddon‘ – left the works in 1875 and is now a static exhibit at the Canadian Railway Museum in Quebec.

No 55 ‘Stepney’ – left the works in 1875 and currently a static exhibit at the Bluebell Railway in East Sussex.

No 82 ‘Boxhill‘ – left the works in 1880 and is now a static exhibit at the National Railway Museum in York.

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