|Last Updated Monday 4th May 2015|
|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||On Display|
|488||Glasgow||1901||Orange, Crimson & Green||Undergoing Restoration|
|513||Sheffield||1950||Blue & White||Operational|
|1858||London||1930||Red & White||Operational|
Glasgow 488 was repatriated from France in March 2013 and is undergoing restoration at the Boston Lodge Workshops at the Ffestiniog Railway. Work is ongoing and once completed the tram will move to Carlton Colville for operation.
Amsterdam 474 is out of service awaiting repairs to a motor defect and is unlikely to run during 2015.
Sheffield 513 is on loan from Beamish - the Living Museum of the North arriving at Carlton Colville on Thursday 17th February 2011 and entering service on Sunday 24th April 2011.
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