|Last Updated Sunday 15th December 2013|
|Friends of Fleetwood Trams|
Key to the colours used in this fleet list:|
On Static Display, Stored - no public access
|Blackpool Brush 290||September 1937||Street Art||On Display - Blackpool Pleasure Beach|
|Blackpool Brush 621||July 1937||Advert for Hot Ice Show||Stored - Kirkham Prison||Photo|
|Blackpool Centenary 641||April 1984||All over Orange - with Blackpool FC slogans||Stored - Kirkham Prison||Photo|
|Blackpool Twin Motor Car 673||June 1961||Metro Coastlines Turquoise & Yellow||Stored - Kirkham Prison||Photo|
|Blackpool Twin Trailer Car 683||September 1960||Metro Coastlines Turquoise & Yellow||Stored - Fleetwood||Photo|
|Blackpool Railcoach 678||September 1961||All Over Black||Stored - Fleetwood|
|Blackpool Balloon 710||October 1934||Metro Coastlines Magenta & Yellow||Stored - Fleetwood||Photo|
|Blackpool Balloon 726||February 1935||Advert for HM Coastguard||Stored - Fleetwood||Photo|
|Blackpool Jubilee 761||July 1979||Advert for Wynsors World of Shoes||Stored - Rigby Road||Photo|
Some of these trams are due to be displayed at the proposed Fleetwood Tram Museum near to the Fleetwood Ferry terminus of which plans are currently being progressed. With the exception of Brush 290 they are all currently stored with no public access at either a yard in Fleetwood (visible from the tramway) and Kirkham Prison.
Brush 290 remains on display by Pleasure Beach loop. Having spent the 2012 Illuminations there as the Queen's Diamond Jubilee tram it is now receiving a new paint job with the help of acclaimed street artist Inkie. It will remain on display there for the 2013 Illuminations with new lights being fixed to the tram in time for switch on at the end of August.
Twin Car 673+683 remain in private ownership and are on loan to the Friends of Fleetwood Trams. The two halves are currently stored in different locations.
Jubilee 761 was moved to Blackpool Transport's Rigby Road Depot on 11th December for ongoing storage. It remains part of the FHLT collection and will not be considered for a return to service.
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