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Last Updated Sunday 14th October 2018

Fleetwood Heritage Leisure Trust

Key to the colours used in this fleet list:
On Static Display, Stored - no public access

Tram Date Livery Status Link
Blackpool Brush 290 September 1937 Green & Cream Stored - Rigby Road
Blackpool Brush 637 September 1937 Advert for Blackpool Zoo Stored - Fleetwood
Blackpool Centenary 641 April 1984 Art of Dependence in Blackpool On Display - Pleasure Beach
Blackpool Twin Motor Car 673 June 1961 Metro Coastlines Turquoise & Yellow Stored - Fleetwood Photo
Blackpool Railcoach 678 September 1961 All Over Black Stored - Fleetwood
Blackpool Twin Trailer Car 683 September 1960 Metro Coastlines Turquoise & Yellow Stored - Fleetwood Photo
Blackpool Twin Trailer 687 November 1960 Green & Cream Stored - Fleetwood
Blackpool Balloon 710 October 1934 Metro Coastlines Magenta & Yellow Stored - Fleetwood Photo

All these trams are currently stored with no public access. With the exception of Centenary 641 (on display at Pleasure Beach) and Brush 290 (stored at Rigby Road) they are stored in Fleetwood.
Brush 290 was repainted in an approximation of its former half green/half cream livery complete with window decorations illustrating the history of the Blackpool & Fleetwood Tramroad ahead of the 2014 illuminations. It has now been moved from Pleasure Beach to Rigby Road for storage purposes.
Brush 637 is stored with the Trust's trams in Fleetwood but is not currently owned by them.
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.
Twin Car 673+683 remain in private ownership and are on loan to the Fleetwood Heritage Leisure Trust.
Twin Trailer 687 has now moved into the ownership of the FHLT with plans being progressed to restore this to its original dummy trailer condition.

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