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Douglas Horse Tramway

No. Built Builder Type Seats
1 1913 G C Milnes-Voss Enclosed Saloon 30
12 1888 G F Milnes Open Toastrack 32
18 1883 Metropolitan Railway Carriage & Wagon Co Double Decker 22
21 1890 G F Milnes Open Toastrack 40
27 1892 G F Milnes Enclosed Saloon 30
28 1892 G F Milnes Enclosed Saloon 30
29 1892 G F Milnes Enclosed Saloon 30
32 1896 G F Milnes Bulkhead 32
33 1896 G F Milnes Bulkhead 32
34 1896 G F Milnes Bulkhead 32
35 1896 G F Milnes Bulkhead 32
36 1896 G F Milnes Bulkhead 40
37 1896 G F Milnes Bulkhead 32
38 1902 G F Milnes Open Toastrack 40
39 1902 G F Milnes Open Toastrack 40
40 1902 G F Milnes Open Toastrack 40
42 1905 G C Milnes-Voss Open Toastrack 40
43 1907 United Electric Car Co Ltd Bulkhead 40
44 1907 United Electric Car Co Ltd Bulkhead 40
45 1908 G C Milnes-Voss Bulkhead 40

Notes:
18, 21, 27, 29, 36, 43, 44 and 45 are all believed to be operational. 12 returned to service at the end of the 2014 season but has not seen much use in 2015.
1 is the second tram to carry this fleet number.
36 was rebuilt and extended in 1908, increasing its seating capacity.
43 carried temporary fleet number 16 for a short time in the 1980s.
44 is the Royal Tram.


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