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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Operational, Under Attention/Overhaul/Restoration, Stored/Withdrawn, On loan elsewhere/stored off site
|No.||Place||Year||Livery||Year last operated||Link|
|11||Blackpool||1939||Green & Cream||2023||Photo|
|14||Lowestoft||1904||Brown & Cream||?||Photo|
|159||Blackpool||1927||Green & Cream||2023||Photo|
|290||Blackpool||1937||Green & Cream||2009 (Blackpool)||Photo|
|474||Amsterdam||1938||Blue & Cream||2023||Photo|
|488||Glasgow||1901||Orange, Crimson & Green||1961 (Glasgow)||Photo|
|513||Sheffield||1950||White & Blue||2023||Photo|
|625||Blackpool||1937||Green & Cream||2004 (Blackpool)||Photo|
|634||Blackpool||1937||Advert for Terror Tram||2004 (Blackpool)||Photo|
|726||Blackpool||1935||Advert for HM Coastguard||2010 (Blackpool)||Photo|
|1858||London Transport||1930||Red & White||2023||Photo|
The last operated dates are at the East Anglia Transport Musuem unless stated otherwise.
Blackpool 290 (627) arrived at Carlton Colville 29th July 2022 having been acquired from the Fleetwood Heritage Leisure Trust. It is due to be restored to service.
Both decks of Glasgow 488 are not located in the new West Depot at Carlton Colville. The tram had been repatriated from France in March 2013 and after a long spell at the Boston Lodge Workshops, Ffestiniog Railway, Wales the lower deck was transferred to off-site storage Suffolk in August 2021. The upper deck followed in March 2022 and was the first part of the tram to reach the museum. The lower deck joined it on 14th November 2023.
Sheffield 513 is on loan from Beamish - the Living Museum of the North. It arrived at Carlton Colville on Thursday 17th February 2011 and entered service on Sunday 24th April 2011.
Blackpool 625 left Blackpool for Carlton Colville on 21st November 2022 having been donated to EATM by the Fylde Transport Trust.
Blackpool 726 moved from Blackpool to the East Anglia Transport Museum on 28th November 2022. It was formerly owned by the Fylde Transport Trust who donated the tram to the EATM.
This page was last updated on Sunday 19th November 2023
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