A painting commissioned by the Tamar Belle Heritage Group at Bere Ferrers depicting the station at the time of the accident that happened on 24th September 1917 when 10 New Zealand soldiers died. The painting that is now on the station was unveiled by the New Zealand High Commissioner on the 100th anniversary of the event.
Painting by Ian Pethers – Photo Bruce Hunt
This is the 7mm model of WC&PR No.4, commissioned by Antics Models from Dapol, using livery details supplied by Brian Janes of the Colonel Stephens Railway Museum.
The Colonel Stephens Museum has made a new display featuring the Colonel's development of economical motive power, especially petrol driven.
To this end a friend, who is a fellow member of the East Kent 0 Gauge Group, David Hayes, has donated his model of a Ford railmotor and I have made a representation of St. Michael's tunnel from which it emerges.
Those who watch 'Salvage Hunters' on Quest will recognise Drew and Tee as they ride the new narrow gauge at Bere Ferrers - Chris driving
Terrier Trust 2nd June
The restored WC&PLR coach in the livery of Metropolitan Coach Hampton Loade on the SVR at their Gala 22 September 2013. The livery was used for the anniversary of the Met.
The new shelter under construction next to the Colonel Stephens Museum at Tenterden to house Colin Shutt's replica railmotor