|Last Updated Saturday 9th March 2013|
|East Anglia Transport Museum|
|11||Blackpool||1939||Green & Cream||Operational|
|14||Lowestoft||1904||Brown & Cream||Undergoing Attention|
|159||Blackpool||1927||Green & Cream||Operational|
|474||Amsterdam||1929||Blue & Cream||Operational|
|488||Glasgow||1901||Orange, Crimson & Green||Undergoing Restoration|
|513||Sheffield||1950||Blue & White||Operational|
|1858||London||1930||Red & White||Operational|
Once Sheffield 513 enters the full operational fleet it is planned that Blackpool 159 will be retired from regular operation (having been the mainstay since 1972!) for a well deserved overhaul. It is hoped to be back operational in time for the 40th Anniversary in 2012.
Glasgow 488 has been acquired by the East Anglia Transport Museum from France having previously been exported there for preservation. It is to be fully restored to working order at the Boston Lodge workshops of the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway Society. The bottom deck arrived there on 6th March with the upper deck due to follow soon.
Sheffield 513 is on loan from Beamish - the Living Museum of the North. It arrived at Carlton Colville on Thursday 17th February 2011 and following attention in the Workshops entered passenger service on Sunday 24th April 2011.
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