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20 Years in 20 Photos - Crich Tramway Village

As we celebrate 20 years of British Trams Online we will be having a short series of Galleries where we show certain systems/museums at various stages during those two decades: "20 Years in 20 Photos". Its not a strict photo a year as there are some years where more happened than others but most years are featured as we see some of the more significant events as well as just some random images of the system/museum in question.

The first subject of this series is the Crich Tramway Village. Included are 20 photos which show various trams which have entered service over the period including several from Blackpool which retired to Derbyshire after withdrawal on their home tramway as well as the major restorations of Leeds 345, Cardiff 131 and London United Tramways 159. On top of that we see some of the general workhorses of the fleet along with some trams which are no longer part of the operating fleet.

Photographer: Gareth Prior
Photographs were taken at various points during 2005 and 2022.

Chesterfield 7 & Leeds 602

Glasgow 1297

Gateshead 5

Glasgow 22 & London Transport 1622

Liverpool 869

Johannesburg 60

Southampton 45

Cardiff 131

London United Tramways 159

Blackpool 762

Blackpool 711

Newcastle 114

London County Council 106

Leeds 345

Bournemouth 85

Blackpool & Fleetwood 2, Leeds 180 & Sheffield 510

Sheffield 15

Blackpool 630

Blackpool 236

Blackpool & Fleetwood 40

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This page was added on Sunday 4th December 2022

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