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|Fleetwood Heritage Leisure Trust|
To aid visibility of the current status of the trams on this fleet list the following colour coding is used:|
On Static Display, Stored - no public access
|Blackpool Brush 290||September 1937||Green & Cream||Photo|
|Blackpool Brush 637||September 1937||Advert for Blackpool Zoo||Photo|
|Blackpool Centenary 641||April 1984||Art of Dependence in Blackpool||Photo|
|Blackpool Twin Car 673+683||June 1961||Metro Coastlines Turquoise & Yellow||Photo|
|Blackpool Railcoach 678||September 1961||All Over Black|
|Blackpool Twin Trailer 687||November 1960||Green & Cream|
|Blackpool Balloon 710||October 1934||Metro Coastlines Magenta & Yellow||Photo|
All these trams are currently stored with no public access with the exception of Centenary 641 which is on display adjacent to Pleasure Beach loop. All stored trams are in Fleetwood except for Brush 290 which is at at Rigby Road.
Centenary 641 was initially moved to Pleasure Beach on 17th September 2015 and has been on display alongside the loop ever since. It currently features a purple based livery with artwork provided by people helped by a local charity to overcome addictions.
This page was last updated on Sunday 10th March 2019
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