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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Operational, Under Attention/Overhaul/Restoration, Stored/Withdrawn
|No.||Built||Type||Livery||Year last operated||Link|
|1||1913||Enclosed Saloon||Red & White||2018||Photo|
|12||1888||Open Toastrack||Blue & White||2018||Photo|
|18||1883||Double Decker||Maroon & Cream||2023||Photo|
|21||1890||Open Toastrack||White & Red||2023||Photo|
|27||1892||Enclosed Saloon||Blue, White & Teak||2022||Photo|
|29||1892||Enclosed Saloon||Red, Cream & Teak||2023||Photo|
|32||1896||Sunshade||Red & White||?||Photo|
|36||1896||Sunshade||Red, White & Yellow||2023||Photo|
|38||1902||Open Toastrack||Red & White||2016||Photo|
|42||1905||Open Toastrack||Red & Yellow||2023||Photo|
|43||1907||Bulkhead||Red & White||2018||Photo|
|44||1907||Bulkead||Red, Blue & White||2018||Photo|
|45||1908||Bulkhead||Red, White & Yellow||2023||Photo|
Only trams which transferred ownership to Isle of Man Railways following the government takeover of the line are shown in this fleet list.
1, 21, 27, 29, 36, 38, 42, 43 and 45 are part of the day-to-day running fleet.
12, 18, 32 and 44 are part of the "museum" fleet. These are trams of historic significance and are only used on special occasions.
21, 27, 29, 36, 42 and 45 have all undergone overhauls since the Isle of Man Railways takeover. 32 is currently being restored in the depot.
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.
This page was last updated on Sunday 1st October 2023
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