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|Snaefell Mountain Railway|
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Operational, Under Attention/Overhaul/Restoration, Stored/Withdrawn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||Livery||Year last operated||Link|
|1||1895||Blue, White & Teak||2023||Photo|
|2||1895||Red, White & Teak||2023||Photo|
|4||1895||Red, White & Teak||2023||Photo|
|5||1971||Teak & Ivory||2023||Photo|
|6||1895||Red, White & Teak||2018||Photo|
Although shown above 3 was more or less destroyed in a runaway incident from the summit on Wednesday 30th March 2016. Some parts of the tram remain to form the basis for a rebuild but no progress has been made on this and they are stored at the Snaefell Car Shed.
5 was destroyed by fire in August 1970 and rebuilt with new body by H D Kinnin of Ramsey, returning to service July 1971.
6 is currently under overhaul.
This page was last updated on Sunday 19th November 2023
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