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London Tramlink

To aid visibility of the current status of the trams on this fleet list the following colour coding is used:
Operational, Under Attention, Withdrawn, Not Yet Delivered

CR4000s

Built: 1998-99 by Bombardier-Wien Schienfahrzeuge, Austria
Seats: 70
Motors: 4 x 120Kw
Power Conductor: Single Arm Pantograph

No. Date Delivered Livery Name Link
2530 13th September 1998 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2531 2nd November 1998 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2532 9th November 1998 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2533 16th November 1998 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2534 23rd November 1998 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2535 30th November 1998 Lime Green, Blue & White Stephen Parascandolo 1980-2007 Photo
2536 11th January 1999 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2537 18th January 1999 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2538 25th January 1999 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2539 1st February 1999 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2540 8th February 1999 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2541 18th February 1999 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2542 22nd February 1999 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2543 1st March 1999 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2544 8th March 1999 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2545 15th March 1999 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2546 22nd March 1999 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2547 29th March 1999 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2548 12th April 1999 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2549 19th April 1999 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2550 10th May 1999 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2552 24th May 1999 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2553 7th June 1999 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo

Notes:
2535 was named Stephen Parascandolo 1980-2007 at a special ceremony at Beckenham Junction on Saturday 21st October 2007. It is named after the webmaster of the Unofficial Croydon Tramlink website who tragically died at the age 26 following a road accident.
2551 was the tram involved in the tragic derailment at Sandilands and was moved off site for further investigation.
2552 was the first of the trams to receive the new London Tramlink livery and was officially unveiled on 6th October 2008. The remaining trams were dealt with over the following six months with the last tram being 2545 which was completed at the start of April 2009 (2534 lasted in the Red and White livery until October 2009 due to collision repairs).

Variobahn

Built: 2011-12 (2554-2559) & 2015-16 (2560-2565) by Stadler, Germany
Seats: 72 (plus 134 standing)
Motors: 8 x 45 kW
Power Conductor: Single Arm Pantograph
Maximum Speed: 80 km/h

No. Date Delivered Livery Link
2554 9th January 2012 Advert for Croydon Photo
2555 29th February 2012 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2556 23rd March 2012 / 24th January 2016 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2557 25th April 2012 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2558 18th May 2012 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2559 7th June 2012 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2560 4th May 2015 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2561 6th September 2015 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2562 11th October 2015 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2563 6th December 2015 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2564 25th September 2016 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo
2565 9th October 2016 Lime Green, Blue & White Photo

Notes:
2554 was the first Variotram to carry passengers when it did so briefly on Friday 30th March 2012. The tram carries a special advert livery for Croydon in recognition of the local Council part funding the new trams.
2556 returned to Croydon on 24th January 2016 having been in Germany since 6th September 2015 receiving repairs to damage caused by the pantograph being ripped from its roof.

Thank you to Peter Ashby for providing information contained on this fleet list.


This page was last updated on Sunday 24th February 2019


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