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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

Tram Year Livery Year last operated Link
Blackpool Brush 290 September 1937 Green & Cream 2004 Photo
Blackpool Brush 637 September 1937 Advert for Blackpool Zoo 2004 Photo
Blackpool Centenary 641 April 1984 Art of Dependence in Blackpool 2011 Photo
Blackpool Twin Car 673+683 June 1961 Metro Coastlines Turquoise & Yellow 2009 Photo
Blackpool Railcoach 678 September 1961 All Over Black 2006
Blackpool Balloon 710 October 1934 Metro Coastlines Magenta & Yellow 2007 Photo

All these trams are currently stored with no public access. All trams are in Fleetwood except for Brush 290 which is at at Rigby Road. The Fleetwood Heritage Leisure Trust are currently disbanding their collection and are in discussions with interested parties to take these trams on.
Centenary 641 moved back to the Fleetwood Heritage Leisure Trust's secure compound in Wyre Dock in June 2019 following four years displayed alongside Pleasure Beach loop.
Twin Car Trailer 687 was moved to Rossall School on 2nd August 2021 where it will be restored to its "former glory" and used as a function room. It has now been removed from the fleet list above.

This page was last updated on Saturday 7th August 2021

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