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"Northiam" on the Kent & East Sussex Railway c.1937

K&ESR Locomotive No.2 "Northiam" at Rolvenden with members of staff. The loco was built was built by R & W Hawthorn Leslie of Newcastle-on-Tyne in 1899 and became famous when she featured in the 1937 film "Oh Mr. Porter. The film starred Will Hay, Moore Marriott and Graham Moffatt and exterior scenes were shot on the Basingstoke & Alton Light Railway which at the time was being dismantled. For the film "Northiam" was renamed "Gladstone" and fitted with a taller chimney with a spiked top. No.2 was returned to the K&ESR in the same condition as received, without a spiked topped chimney and was withdrawn from service and sold in 1941
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West Sussex Record Office Ref No: Shephard 1/28/4

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"Green Goddess" arrives c.1926

"Green Godess" being delivered to the RHDR at New Romney. This was the first of five pacific locomotive to be delivered to the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch railway. They were designed by the Railway's Engineer, Henry Greenly and were similar in appearance to the LNER A1 Pacifics which had appeared five years earlier. The five locomtives were built by Davey Paxman of Colchester
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West Sussex Record Office Ref No: Shephard 1/56/1

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"Southern Maid" on RHDR c.1932

Locomotive No.3"Southern Maid" entering Newe Romney Station on the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway. The locomotive is seen here as delivered to this 15in line in 1927 with its original tender. The majority of locos now have larger tenders fitted for extra water carrying capacity and this enables locomotives so fitted to avoid taking the hard water at Hythe
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West Sussex Record Office Ref No: Shephard 1/56/6

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