|Last Updated Sunday 2nd August 2015|
|Douglas Horse Tramway|
|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|
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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