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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Operational, Under Attention/Overhaul/Restoration, Stored/Withdrawn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.||Type||Year Built/Rebuilt||Livery||Year last operated||Link|
|2||Metropolitan Tramways style open-topper||1964||Red & White||2023||Photo|
|4||Blackpool style Open Boat||1961||Green & Cream||2023||Photo|
|6||Llandudno & Colwyn Bay style open-topper||1954||Green & White||2023||Photo|
|7||Llandudno & Colwyn Bay style open-topper||1958||Brown & Cream||2006||Photo|
|8||Llandudno & Colwyn Bay style open-topper||1968||Blue & White||2023||Photo|
|9||Based on design elements from Plymouth and Blackburn tramcars||2002||Two Tone Blue||2023||Photo|
|10||Based on design elements from Plymouth and Blackburn tramcars||2002||Orange, Green & Cream||2023||Photo|
|11||Based on design elements from Plymouth and Blackburn tramcars||2002||Pink||2023||Photo|
|12||London Feltham type tram||1966||Red & White||2023||Photo|
|14||Ex Metropolitan Tramways 94. Now single-deck.||1904/1984||Red & White||2023||Photo|
|15||Enclosed Single-Deck Saloon||1988/2016||Blue & White||2023||Photo|
|16||Ex Bournemouth 106. Now Single-Deck Saloon.||1921/1992||Crimson & Yellow||2023||Photo|
|19||Ex Exeter 19. Now Single-Deck Saloon.||1906/1998||Green & White||2023||Photo|
7 is currently stored in the depot awaiting overhaul.
9 received doors on the lower deck central open section in October 2023.
15 was rebuilt in 2016 to a fully enclosed single decker having previously been an open crossbench.
|02||Freestyle Works Car||1955||Photo|
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