|Last Updated Sunday 25th February 2012|
|Black Country Living Museum|
|5||Dudley, Stourbridge & District||1920||Green & White||Moved to Llangollen Railway for restoration|
|19||Wolverhampton & District||1902||?||Stored|
|23||Wolverhampton||1892||Brown & Cream||Stored|
|34||Wolverhampton & District||1919||Green & White||Operational|
|49||Wolverhampton||1909||Green & Yellow||Operational|
|75||Dudley, Stourbridge & District||1919||?||Stored|
Dudley, Stourbridge & District 5 was the operational tram for around 20 years before being retired and replaced as the main service tram by 34. It was for a time stored under tarpaulins before it moved to the Llangollen Railway in Wales on 22nd February for restoration work to commence. The tram is currently stored outside in Wales but will hopefully be moved under cover when work to restore it to operational condition commences.
Wolverhampton & District 34 is the usual tram in service.
Wolverhampton 49 is used in service occassionaly.
Most of the trams in the Black Country Living Museum fleet are unrestored and are also stored outside the Depot under tarpaulins.
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