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Last Updated Sunday 10th October 2010

Gallery 242: Blackpool 125 - Monday 27th September 2010
The fifth day of the celebrations for the 125th anniversary of the Blackpool Tramway featured another tour, this time featuring Rack 2, Marton Box 31 and Box 40 during the day. The day also saw Standard 147 out on a Tram Driving Experience. All photos are provided in chronological order. To access the photos click on the relevant thumbnail and you can then either navigate from there or return to this page and click on your next one!

Photographs in this Gallery were taken by Gareth Prior on 27th September 2010.


Centenary 644

Blackpool & Fleetwood Rack 2

Blackpool & Fleetwood Rack 2

Marton Box 31

Blackpool & Fleetwood Box 40

Blackpool & Fleetwood Rack 2

Blackpool & Fleetwood Rack 2

Marton Box 31 & Blackpool & Fleetwood Box 40

Martom Box 31, Blackpool & Fleetwood Box 40 & Blackpool & Fleetwood Rack 2

Marton Box 31

Blackpool & Fleetwood Rack 2, Blackpool & Fleetwood Box 40 & Marton Box 31

Blackpool & Fleetwood Rack 2

Blackpool & Fleetwood Box 40 & Marton Box 31

Blackpool & Fleetwood Rack 2

Balloon 711 & Blackpool & Fleetwood Rack 2

Blackpool & Fleetwood Rack 2 & Marton Box 31

Blackpool & Fleetwood Rack 2

Blackpool & Fleetwood Rack 2

Centenary 642

Marton Box 31

Standard 147

Twin Car 685+675

Blackpool & Fleetwood Rack 2

Blackpool & Fleetwood Rack 2 & Marton Box 31

Centenary 643

Blackpool & Fleetwood Box 40

Blackpool & Fleetwood Box 40

Blackpool & Fleetwood Box 40

Balloon 719

Marton Box 31

Blackpool & Fleetwood Rack 2

Marton Box 31 & Blackpool & Fleetwood Rack 2

Balloon 707

Blackpool & Fleetwood Box 40 & Centenary 648

Blackpool & Fleetwood Rack 2

Blackpool & Fleetwood Box 40

Marton Box 31

Trawler 737

Centenary 648

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