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To aid visibility of the current status of the trams on this fleet list the following colour coding is used:|
Operational, Under Attention/Overhaul/Restoration, Stored/Withdrawn, On loan elsewhere
|8||Leamington & Warwick||1880||-|
|16||Sunderland||1900||Crimson & Cream||Photo|
|26||Grimsby & Immingham||1925||Green||Photo|
|31||Blackpool||1901||Red, White & Teak||Photo|
|49||Newcastle & Gosforth||1880||-|
|65||Oporto||1933||Yellow & Black||Photo|
|114||Newcastle||1901||Brown, Yellow & White||Photo|
|196||Oporto||1935||Blue & Primrose Yellow||Photo|
|264||Sheffield||1907||Blue & Cream||Photo|
|513||Sheffield||1950||Cream & Blue||Photo|
Leamington & Warwick 8 is an unrestored horse tram which became part of the Beamish collection in August 2012. The tram body is being used as part of the project to restore Newcastle & Gosforth 49.
Grimsby & Immingham 26 is in fact Gateshead 10 but was been repainted into its former identity for a limited period. The tram is currently under overhaul and when it returns to service it will once again be Gateshead 10. Recent progress on the restoration has been to the compressor and controllers.
Newcastle & Gosforth 49 is a horse tram which is currently being restored at Beamish for eventual entry into service using parts from the other horse tram in the collection - Leamington & Warwick 8.
Gateshead 51 is a long term restoration project. The remains of the tram were transported to Beamish in October 2006 and it is planned to restore it into a fully enclosed single deck tramcar.
Gateshead 52 was delivered to Beamish on 7th January 2014 - its ownership having been transferred from the Tramway Museum Society. The tram will eventually be restored to operational condition.
Oporto 65 arrived at Beamish in September 2016 following its ownership change from Crich. It is a Coal Transporter and will eventually be mainly used on the driver experience. It is currently under attention to prepare it for commisioning and to see what work will be needed to overhaul the tram.
The livery carried by Oporto 196 is inspired by the South Shields colours of blue and primrose yellow.
Sheffield 513 is currently on loan at the East Anglia Transport Museum, Carlton Colville, having previously been on loan for 10 years in Blackpool.
Blackpool 749 is a Tower Wagon.
We are grateful to Gordon Bulmer & Trevor Hall for providing information contained on this fleet list.
This page was last updated on Sunday 19th January 2020
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