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Crich Tramway Village

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Operational, Under Attention/Overhaul/Restoration, Stored/Withdrawn, On Display , On loan elsewhere/stored off site

Passenger Trams

No. Place Year Livery Location Year Last Operated Link
1 Derby 1904 Green & Cream Clay Cross store 1933 (Derby)
Not Run at Crich
Photo
1 Douglas Head Marine Drive 1896 Crimson & Cream Great Exhibition Hall 1980? Photo
1 Leamington & Warwick 1881 - Great Exhibition Hall 1905 (Leamington & Warwick)
Not Run at Crich
Photo
1 London County Council 1932 Blue & White Workshop 1957 (Leeds)
Not Run at Crich (yet!)
Photo
2 Blackpool & Fleetwood 1898 Brown & Cream Depot 2018 Photo
4 Blackpool Tramways Co. 1885 Orange, Green & White Great Exhibition Hall 2005 (demonstration only) Photo
5 Blackpool 1972 Green & Cream Clay Cross store 1993 (Blackpool)
Not Run
5 Gateshead & District 1927 Crimson & Cream Great Exhibition Hall 2007 Photo
7 Chesterfield 1904 Crimson & Yellow Depot 2021 Photo
8 Chesterfield 1899 Cream & Blue Great Exhibition Hall 1993 Photo
9 Oporto 1873 Yellow, White & Red Great Exhibition Hall ? Photo
10 Hill of Howth 1902 Brown Great Exhibition Hall 1989 (Blackpool)
Not run at Crich
Photo
14 Grimsby & Immingham 1915 Green Depot 1961 (Grimsby & Immingham)
Not Run at Crich
Photo
15 Sheffield 1874 Red & Cream Great Exhibition Hall 2019 Photo
21 Dundee & District 1894 Green & White Great Exhibition Hall 1902 (Dundee)
Not Run at Crich
Photo
22 Glasgow 1922 Orange, Crimson & Cream Depot 2021 Photo
35 Edinburgh 1948 Crimson & Cream Great Exhibition Hall 1989 (not passenger service) Photo
40 Blackpool & Fleetwood 1914 Varnished Woodwork & Cream Depot 2019 Photo
40 Blackpool 1926 Red, White & Teak Depot 2021 Photo
45 Southampton 1903 Red & White Great Exhibition Hall 2015 Photo
46 Sheffield 1899 Blue & Cream Clay Cross store 1973 Photo
(47) New South Wales Govt. 1885 Brown Great Exhibition Hall 1988 Photo
49 Blackpool 1926 Green & Cream Depot 1992 Photo
59 Blackpool 1902 Red, White & Teak Clay Cross store 1990 (Blackpool)
1970 (Crich)
Photo
60 Johannesburg 1905 Red & Cream Depot 2012 Photo
74 Sheffield 1900 Blue & Cream Depot 2021 Photo
75 Birmingham Central Tramways 1888 Dark Green Clay Cross 1911 (Birmingham)
Not Run at Crich
76 Leicester 1904 Brown & Cream Great Exhibition Hall 1975 Photo
84 MBRO 1886 - Clay Cross store 1954 (Ince Forge Wigan)
Not Run at Crich
85 Bournemouth 1914 Crimson & Cream Great Exhibition Hall 1956 (Llandudno)
Not Run at Crich
Photo
92 Nottingham 1902 Brown & Cream Clay Cross store 1934 (Nottingham)
Not Run at Crich
102 Newcastle 1901 Maroon, Yellow & White Workshop 2000 Photo
106 London County Council 1903 Cream & Crimson Depot 2021 Photo
107 Leeds 1898 Brown, Yellow & White Great Exhibtion Hall 2013 (Middleton Railway)
Not Run at Crich
Photo
121 Nottingham 1908 Purple Clay Cross store 1934 (Nottingham)
Not Run at Crich
132 Kingston-upon-Hull 1910 Crimson & Cream Hull Museum of Transport 1952 (Leeds)
Not Run at Crich
159 London United Tramways 1901 Blue & White Depot 2019 Photo
166 Blackpool 1927 Red & White Workshop 2019 Photo
166 Nottingham 1920 - Clay Cross store 1934 (Nottingham)
Not Run at Crich
167 Blackpool 1928 Green & Cream Depot 2021 Photo
180 Leeds 1931 Maroon & Cream Depot 2021 Photo
180 Prague 1908 Red & White Depot 2001 Photo
184 North Metropolitan Horse Tramways c1895 - Clay Cross store Not Run at Crich
189 Sheffield 1934 Blue & Cream Depot 1980 Photo
236 Blackpool 1934 Green & Cream Depot 2021 Photo
249 Blackpool 1935 Green & Cream Great Exhibition Hall 2010 (Blackpool)
Not Run at Crich
Photo
264 Sheffield 1937 Cream & Blue Great Exhibition Hall 1980 Photo
273 Oporto 1927 Ochre & White Depot 2021 Photo
298 Blackpool 1937 - Depot 1974 (Blackpool)
Not Run at Crich
Photo
331 Metropolitan Electric 1930 Red & White Depot 2021 Photo
345 Leeds 1921 Blue & White Depot 2021 Photo
399 Leeds 1926 Brown, Yellow & White Depot 2021 Photo
510 Sheffield 1950 Cream & Blue Depot 2019 Photo
600 Leeds 1931/54 Red & White Clay Cross store 1972 Photo
602 Leeds 1953 Purple & White Great Exhibition Hall 2006 Photo
630 Blackpool 1937 Green & Cream Depot 2019 Photo
674 New York 3rd Ave. Transit 1939 Cream & Red Depot 1985 Photo
762 Blackpool 1982 All over advert for Nickelodeon Land, Pleasure Beach Depot 2019 Photo
812 Glasgow 1900 Orange, Yellow & Brown Depot 2015 Photo
869 Liverpool 1936 Green & Cream Depot 2021 Photo
902 Halle 1969 Red & Cream On loan to Blackpool Tramway (storage) 2006 Photo
1068 Glasgow 1919 Orange, Cream & Blue Depot 2016 Photo
1100 Glasgow 1928 Orange, Green & Cream Clay Cross store 1976 Photo
1115 Glasgow 1929 Orange, Cream & Red Great Exhibition Hall 1976 Photo
1147 The Hague 1957 Cream & Green Great Exhibition Hall 1993 (The Hague)
Not Run at Crich
Photo
1282 Glasgow 1940 Orange, Green & Cream Depot 2012 Photo
1297 Glasgow 1948 Orange, Cream & Green Great Exhibition Hall 2007 Photo
1622 London Transport 1912 Red & Cream Workshop 2016 Photo
223 006-4 Berlin 1969 Cream & Black Depot 2021 Photo
- Hull 1903 - Clay Cross store 1945 (Hull)
Not Run at Crich
- London Tramways Co. 1895 - Clay Cross store 1905 (London
Not Run at Crich
Photo
- North Metropolitan Horse Tramways 1885 - Clay Cross store 1906 (London)
Not Run
Photo

Notes:
Unless stated otherwise the last operated dates are at Crich.
Those trams shown as Operational are those which were part of the operating fleet before the pandemic and are still considered to be operational. It does not mean they have been commissioned for the 2021 season with a lower number of trams expected to be made ready for service, at least initially. So far in 2021 Chesterfield 7, Glasgow 22, Blackpool 40, Sheffield 74, London County Council 106, Blackpool 167, Leeds 180, Blackpool 236, Metropolitan Electric Tramways 331, Oporto 273, Leeds 345, Leeds 399, Liverpool 869 and Berlin 223 006-4 have been commissioned for passenger service with Blackpool 630 available for driver training.
The current location is where the tram can normally be found. However at times trams may be moved to other locations around the Museum as required.
Clay Cross store is the museum's off site storage with no public access.
Derby 1 was moved to the Clay Cross store on 11th June 2021 as part of a reorganisation of trams.
Leamington & Warwick 1 is displayed in the Exhibition Hall in "as found" condition.
London County Council 1 moved into the Workshop on Saturday 14th June 2014 and is now undergoing a major restoration.
Sheffield 15 is the operational horse tram. It is normally displayed in the Exhibition Hall but is used in service on special horse tram days.
Blackpool 40 is due to be lifted in the Workshops later in 2021 but has been commissioned for service to provide additional capacity.
Sheffield 74 is in the list for workshop attention but has been commissioned for service in 2021 to provide extra capacity during the summer.
Birmingham Central Tramways 75 was transferred from the Black Country Living Museum to storage at Clay Cross in late 2017.
Bournemouth 85 is displayed on a short piece of 3'6" track in the Great Exhibition Hall.
Newcastle 102 was moved into the workshop on 30th June 2018 for a start on a Tramway Sponsorship Organisation funded overhaul.
The only remaining section of Nottingham 121 is one end making it highly unlikely it will be used for the basis of restoration with both other Nottingham tram bodies in a better condition.
Kingston upon Hull 132 is on long term loan at the Streetlife Museum in Hull as a static exhibit.
Blackpool 166 is currently sitting on accomodation trucks while its own are attended to in the workshop.
Both North Metropolitan Tramways 184 and the unknown North Metropolitan Tramways tram body have been dismantled with the parts "flat-packed" for the potential restoration as one horse car in the future.
Blackpool 298 returned to Crich on 11th June 2021 having spent nearly seven years in store at Clay Cross. It will the next restoration project thanks to funding from the TSO. A new underframe, constructed by the Ffestiniog Railway, was delivered to Crich on 9th July 2021.
Blackpool 762 has been withdrawn from service with a motor armature issue and will require workshop attention before being commissioned for service.
Halle 902 left Crich on 22nd May 2018 for a loan for a minimum of 2 years to Blackpool for storage. It will leave Blackpool in 2021 and be moved into off-site storage.
London Transport 1622 is currently under test following workshop attention and is expected to return to service later in 2021.
Berlin 223 006-4 is the Access Tram for disabled visitors.

Works Cars

No. Place Purpose Year Location Year Last Operated Link
1 Glasgow Mains Dept. Cable Laying Car 1905 Clay Cross store 1949 (Glasgow)
Not Run at Crich
2 Blackpool Rail Grinder 1935 Clay Cross store 1975
2 Leeds Tower Car 1931 Depot 2010 Photo
W21 Glasgow Welders' Tool Van 1903 1962
Not Run at Crich
058 Croydon Tramlink KLV53 - Rail Mounted Crane 1978 Depot Yard 2021 Photo
061 Croydon Tramlink Trailer (matching with 058) ? Depot Yard 2021 Photo
96 Brussels Snow Broom 1905 Depot 1975 (Brussels)
Not Run at Crich
Photo
131 Cardiff Water Car 1902 Depot 2021 Photo
330 Sheffield Rail Grinder 1919 Depot 2014 Photo
(717) Blackpool Electric Loco 1927 Depot 2021 Photo
TW4 - Modern Tower Wagon 1979/2011 Depot 2020 Photo
- - Crane Wagon 1980 Next to Depot ? Photo
- Leeds PW Flat Truck 1930 Depot ?
- Glasgow Ex-Welding Trailer 1905 Depot ?
- - Rupert 4wDm Loco 1944 Great Exhibition Hall ? Photo
- - G.M.J. 4wDm Loco 1952 Depot 2018 Photo
- Sheffield Motor Tower Wagon 1937 Clay Cross store ?
- Manchester Horse Drawn Tower Wagon 1911 Great Exhibition Hall ? Photo

Other Items

Description Location Link
Barnsley & District Bus 5 Great Exhibition Hall Photo
Eades Reversible Truck (Manchester Tramways Co. W24) Great Exhibition Hall
Snaefell Mountain Railway Bogie Truck Great Exhibition Hall Photo

We are grateful to everyone who has provided information contained on this fleet list.

Full details of all trams part of the national collection can be found on the Crich Tramway Village website.


This page was last updated on Thursday 16th September 2021


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