|Last Updated Sunday 17th May 2015|
|Crich Tramway Village|
Key to the colours used in this fleet list:|
Operational, Under Attention/Overhaul/Restoration, Stored/On Loan elesewhere, Static Display
|1||Derby||1904||Green & Cream||On Display - Exhibition Hall||Photo|
|1||Douglas Head Marine Drive||1896||Crimson & Cream||On Display - Exhibition Hall||Photo|
|1||Leamington & Warwick||1881||-||On Display Unrestored - Exhibition Hall||Photo|
|1||London Transport||1932||Red & Cream||Under restoration - Workshop||Photo|
|2||Blackpool & Fleetwood||1898||Brown & Cream||On Display - Exhibition Hall||Photo|
|4||Blackpool Tramways Co.||1885||Orange, Green & White||On Display - Exhibition Hall||Photo|
|5||Blackpool||1972||Green & Cream||Stored Awaiting Restoration - Clay Cross|
|5||Gateshead & District||1927||Crimson & Cream||On Display - Depot||Photo|
|7||Chesterfield||1904||Crimson & Yellow||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|8||Chesterfield||1899||Cream & Blue||On Display - Exhibition Hall|
|9||Oporto||1873||Yellow, White & Red||On Display - Exhibition Hall||Photo|
|10||Hill of Howth||1902||Brown||On Display - Exhibition Hall|
|14||Grimsby & Immingham||1915||Green||On Display - Depot||Photo|
|15||Sheffield||1874||Red & Cream||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|21||Cardiff||1886||Yellow & White||On Display - Exhibition Hall||Photo|
|21||Dundee & District||1894||Green & White||On Display - Exhibition Hall||Photo|
|22||Glasgow||1922||Orange, Crimson & Cream||Under Attention - Workshop||Photo|
|35||Edinburgh||1948||Crimson & Cream||On Display - Exhibition Hall||Photo|
|40||Blackpool & Fleetwood||1914||Varnished Woodwork & Cream||On loan to Blackpool Tramway||Photo|
|40||Blackpool||1926||Red, White & Teak||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|45||Southampton||1903||Red & White||On Display - Exhibition Hall||Photo|
|46||Sheffield||1899||Blue & Cream||Stored Awaiting Restoration - Clay Cross|
|(47)||New South Wales Govt.||1885||Brown||On Display - Exhibition Hall||Photo|
|49||Blackpool||1926||Green & Cream||On Display - Depot||Photo|
|59||Blackpool||1902||Red, White & Teak||Stored Awaiting Restoration - Clay Cross||Photo|
|60||Johannesburg||1905||Red & Cream||On Display - Depot||Photo|
|74||Sheffield||1900||Blue & Cream||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|76||Leicester||1904||Brown & Cream||On Display - Exhibition Hall||Photo|
|84||MBRO||1886||-||Stored Unrestored - Clay Cross|
|102||Newcastle||1901||Black, Yellow & White||On Display - Depot||Photo|
|106||London County Council||1903||Cream & Crimson||Under Overhaul - Workshop||Photo|
|107||Leeds||1898||Brown, Yellow & White||On Display - Exhibtion Hall|
|132||Kingston-upon-Hull||1910||Crimson & Cream||On Loan to Hull Museum of Transport|
|159||London United Tramways||1901||Blue & White||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|166||Blackpool||1927||Red & White||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|166||Nottingham||1920||-||Stored - Clay Cross|
|167||Blackpool||1928||Green & Cream||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|180||Leeds||1931||Maroon & Cream||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|180||Prague||1908||Red & White||On Display - Depot||Photo|
|184||London Tramways Co.||c1895||-||Dismantled|
|189||Sheffield||1934||Blue & Cream||On Display - Depot||Photo|
|236||Blackpool||1934||Green & Cream||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|249||Blackpool||1935||Green & Cream||On Display - Exhibition Hall||Photo|
|264||Sheffield||1937||Cream & Blue||On Display - Exhibition Hall|
|273||Oporto||1927||Ochre & White||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|298||Blackpool||1937||-||Stored partially restored - Clay Cross||Photo|
|331||Metropolitan Electric||1930||Red & White||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|345||Leeds||1921||Blue & White||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|399||Leeds||1926||Brown, Yellow & White||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|510||Sheffield||1950||Cream & Blue||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|600||Leeds||1931/54||Red & White||Stored - Clay Cross|
|602||Leeds||1953||Purple & White||On Display - Exhibition Hall||Photo|
|630||Blackpool||1937||Green & Cream||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|674||New York 3rd Ave. Transit||1939||Cream & Red||On Display - Depot||Photo|
|762||Blackpool||1982||All over advert for Nickelodeon Land, Pleasure Beach||Operational - Depot|
|812||Glasgow||1900||Orange, Yellow & Brown||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|869||Liverpool||1936||Green & White||Under Attention - Workshop||Photo|
|902||Halle||1969||Red & Cream||On Display - Depot||Photo|
|1068||Glasgow||1919||Orange, Cream & Blue||Operational - Depot|
|1100||Glasgow||1928||Orange, Green & Cream||Stored Awaiting Restoration - Clay Cross|
|1115||Glasgow||1929||Orange, Cream & Red||On Display - Exhibition Hall||Photo|
|1147||The Hague||1957||Cream & Green||On Display - Exhibition Hall|
|1282||Glasgow||1940||Orange, Green & Cream||On Display - Depot||Photo|
|1297||Glasgow||1948||Orange, Cream & Green||On Display - Exhibition Hall||Photo|
|1622||London Transport||1912||Red & White||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|223 006-4||Berlin||1969||Cream & Black||Operational - Depot||Photo|
Trams actually on site at Crich now fall into three categories: Operational, On Static Display and Under Attention. As a result if a tram is withdrawn from service awaiting workshop space it will now be shown as "On Display".
Leamington & Warwick 1 is displayed in the Exhibition Hall in "as found" condition.
London Transport 1 moved into the Workshop on Saturday 14th June 2014 ready for a start to be made on its major restoration. The work is being funded by the London County Council Tramways Trust.
Blackpool & Fleetwood 2 has now been withdrawn from service requiring workshop attention before it can return. It is now part of the display in the Great Exhibition Hall.
Sheffield 15 is the operational horse tram. It is normally displayed in the Exhibition Hall but is used in service on rare occasions.
Cardiff 21 is a double deck horse tram on loan to Crich from Collections Centre, Nantgarw, Wales.
Dundee 21 is a steam tram trailer.
Glasgow 22 has been lifted and is undergoing an overhaul in the workshop.
Blackpool & Fleetwood 40 is on loan to Blackpool for a further loan period having operated at Crich between August and October 2014.
Southampton 45 was withdrawn from service on 14th September 2014 and requires workshop attention before being returned to the operational fleet. It has been temporarily moved to the Exhibition Hall whilst Sheffield 15 is being used for the Horse Tram Days.
Sheffield 74 is in fact made from 3 different trams - the upper and lower decks are two different Sheffield trams, and the trucks are from Leeds.
MBRO 84 is a Manchester, Bury, Rochdale and Oldham Steam Tramway, steam engine. It is a Wilkinson Patent Vertical Boiler Steam tram built by Beyer Peacock in 1886, running until 1905 when it went to a foundry in Wigan until 1954. It has been given to the NTM from the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry.
Newcastle 102 has now been moved back into the depots from the Exhibition Hall.
London County Council 106 is in the final stages of a major overhaul and is to be re-launched in June 2015.
Leeds 107 is a double deck horse tram which arrived at Crich on 27th August 2013 following restoration by the Leeds Transport Historical Society. It is now on display in the Exhibition Hall whilst investigtions into an incident at the Middleton Railway are ongoing.
London Tramways Co. 184 has been dismantled with all salvagable parts now stored for possible future use in the long term.
Blackpool 298 was moved to Clay Cross on 11th July 2014 for further storage. The tram is partially restored although requires a significant amount of work to restore it to operational condition and although there is a fund in place for this work it does not cover the complete restoration. Due to space contraints at the main Museum site it was necessary to move it to the off site store.
Liverpool 869 is now in the Workshop where it has been lifted ready for an overhaul which should see the tram back in service at some point in 2015.
Berlin 223 006-4 is the Access Tram for disabled visitors.
|1||Glasgow Mains Dept.||Cable Laying Car||1905||Stored - Clay Cross|
|2||Blackpool||Rail Grinder||1928||Stored - Clay Cross|
|2||Leeds||Tower Car||1932||On Display - Depot||Photo|
|W21||Glasgow||Welders' Tool Van||1903||Stored - Clay Cross|
|058||Croydon Tramlink||KLV53 - Rail Mounted Crane||1978||Operational - Depot Yard|
|061||Croydon Tramlink||Trailer (matching with 058)||?||Operational - Depot Yard||Photo|
|C65||Oporto||Coal Transporter||?||Stored - Clay Cross|
|96||Brussels||Snow Broom||1906||On Display - Exhibition Hall||Photo|
|131||Cardiff||Water Car||1905||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|330||Sheffield||Rail Grinder||1919||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|(717)||Blackpool||Electric Loco||1927||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|TW4||-||Modern Tower Wagon||1979/2011||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|-||-||Crane Wagon||1980||On Display - next to Depot|
|-||Leeds||PW Flat Truck||1930||On Display|
|-||Glasgow||Ex-Welding Trailer||1905||On Display - Depot||Photo|
|-||-||Rupert 4wDm Loco||1944||On Display - Exhibition Hall|
|-||-||G.M.J. 4wDm Loco||1952||Operational - Depot||Photo|
|-||Sheffield||Motor Tower Wagon||1937||Stored - Clay Cross|
|-||Manchester Horse Drawn||Tower Wagon||1911||On Display - Exhibition Hall||Photo|
Cardiff 131 was restored to an operational condition in time for the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the Museum at Crich in 2009 as it was the first tram to arrive on site back in 1959. Since restoration it has visited Beamish Museum in April 2010 and was loaned to Blackpool between November 2011 and March 2012 to scrub the rails between Starr Gate and Pleasure Beach although was only used on a couple of occasions and spent most of its time tucked up inside Starr Gate Depot.
Sheffield 330 was commissioned for use at the "Best of Sheffield" event.
Modern Tower Wagon 4 has been rebuilt in early 2011 on the underframe of TW3 so as to meet the latest modern safety standards.
Rupert has been moved into the Exhibition Hall for storage.
|Snaeffel Mountain Railway Bogie Truck||On Display - Exhibition Hall|
|Eades Reversible Truck||On Display - Exhibition Hall|
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