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Converted in 1932 to composite at Preston Park Pullman workshops.Withdrawn in 1939 and re-entered service in 1947, converted to a buffet first. Built by the SECR to a London, Chatham and Dover Railway design. Withdrawn in 1969 and sold in 1970 to Tees & Hartlepool Port Authority, Middlesbrough Docks, becoming their number 6. Used in Gloucestershire, Cornwall and Somerset before transfer to the Scottish Region.In 1998, she returned to the KESR and returned to service in May 1999. Rail traffic to the mill ceased on 1 January 1970 and the locomotive was sold to the KESR. Transferred to Sproxton Quarry in 1942 and worked there until closure of the railway in 1963 and sold out of service.Arrived on the K&ESR in 1963 and used occasionally on works trains until 1976 when she left the railway for restoration. Built for the United States Army Corps of Engineers as No 1960, and sent to the UK under Lend-Lease. One of fourteen purchased by the Southern Railway and sent to the Melbourne Military Railway for running in. Withdrawn, and entered Departmental service as DS238 at Ashford Wagon Works. Withdrawn in 1971 and sold to Tees & Hartlepool Port Authority. Built by Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon Company, Smethwick. Purchased in 1966 having spent some time in store at Worcester.Developed a hot box en route and dumped at Tonbridge. One of a batch of fourteen built in 1952/53 as war reserve stock. Into store in 1962 at Long Marston, then to Shoeburyness in December 1967. The boiler has already been professionally stripped of asbestos to prepare for a boiler lift. Hired to James Hodson & Sons, Robertsbridge Flour Mills in 1967. Withdrawn in 1984 and sold to Dower Wood Mill, Newmarket. Converted in 1932 to composite at Preston Park Pullman workshops.
It formed part of a three carriage set of coaches numbered 113 by the Southern Railway. Sold in the 1930s to the Royal Arsenal Railway, Woolwich. Sold to the K&ESR in 1964, Underframe built at Ashford Works. Relegated to a Brake Third in 1894 and renumbered 105. Mounted on the underframe of LMS Stove R BGZ 32991. Transferred to the Longmoor Military Railway in 1945. Overhauled at Doncaster in June 1979 but withdrawn in January 1980 when British Rail wound down their parcel service. Withdrawn in January 1969 and arrived at Rolvenden in 1972. Used by the Signalling & Telegraph Department, Eastleigh. Withdrawn in October 1959 having been part of carriage set 434.
Withdrawn in December 1979 and arrived on the K&ESR in May 1980. Built in 1934 at Wolverton Works as part of Lot 768 to Diagram 1891. Latterly in service at BREL Ashford as internal user vehicle 083317. Used at New Cross Gate then Hither Green before being transferred to Ashford Works as a spare. Built for the South Eastern and Chatham Railway in 1900 as a composite carriage. Worked the Hayling Island Branch Line until closure. Purchased in 1964 by London Borough of Sutton and an offer by the K&ESR to restore her was accepted with the condition that she was to carry the name Sutton. Used in the construction of Kent Portland Cement Works, Stone. Used in the construction of military camps on Salisbury Plain. Worked on the Fovant Military Railway until the line closed in 1921. Sold for scrap but purchased by K&ESR, arriving in June 1980.
Sold to the Royal Navy and used at HM Dockyard Chatham. Withdrawn in 1981 and sold by tender to the K&ESR in August 1982. Built by Grafton Cranes Ltd, Bedford as works number 2690/1945. Numbered 1770/10 by the Southern Railway and DS1770 by British Railways. Converted to a match wagon in 1948 and numbered D3141. Arrived by rail at Robertsbridge on 19 September 1964. Sold to Associated Portland Cement Manufacturers Ltd., Stone and worked there until withdrawn in 1967 and loaned to the K&ESR. Sold to Dunstable Portland Cement Co Ltd, Dunstable and was transferred by their successors, Associated Portland Cement Manufacturers Ltd. Served at Bicester Military Railway and then at Shoeburyness. Built at Lincoln in 1920 for the Great Eastern Railway. Entered Departmental Service in 1946 and renumbered DS396.
Withdrawn in 1931 but restored to service in 1933 using parts from No 5 Rolvenden. Renumbered 32670 in 1948 when the K&ESR was absorbed into British Railways.
Sold to Rother Valley Railway for £650 in May 1901 having covered 664,108 miles (1,068,778 km) in service.