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East Anglia Transport Museum

To aid visibility of the current status of the trams on this fleet list the following colour coding is used:
Operational, Under Attention/Overhaul/Restoration, Stored/Withdrawn, On loan elsewhere/stored off site


No. Place Year Livery Year last operated Link
11 Blackpool 1939 Green & Cream ? Photo
14 Lowestoft 1904 Brown & Cream ? Photo
159 Blackpool 1927 Green & Cream 2021 Photo
474 Amsterdam 1938 Blue & Cream 2021 Photo
488 Glasgow 1901 Orange, Crimson & Green ? Photo
513 Sheffield 1950 White & Blue 2019 Photo
1858 London Transport 1930 Red & White 2019 Photo

Notes:
The last operated dates are at the East Anglia Transport Musuem unless stated otherwise.
Glasgow 488 was repatriated from France in March 2013 and the two decks were immediately transported to the Boston Lodge Workshops at the Ffestiniog Railway for a start to be made on restoring the tram to operational condition. Work has now been completed on the lower deck which has been transferred to storage in Suffolk at the same location as the truck. The upper deck remains in Wales where restoration work will be completed. It is hoped all parts of the tram will be reunited in early 2022.
Sheffield 513 is on loan from Beamish - the Living Museum of the North. It arrived at Carlton Colville on Thursday 17th February 2011 and enteried service on Sunday 24th April 2011.

This page was last updated on Saturday 14th August 2021


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