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Gallery 939: Crich Tramway Village - 27th April 2021

The Crich Tramway Village re-opened for the first time in 2021 on Monday 12th April and since then outside areas have been open Saturday to Thursday every week, including tram rides. Between two and four trams have been in service each day with mid-week days during the week more likely to see a two tram service (plus the availability of Access Tram Berlin 223 006-4 for trips if necessary). To see what was on offer in the early season David Maxwell made the trip to Crich to see how the museum continues to operate in these Covid times. Similar to the operation in the latter part of 2020 tram rides have to be booked at Admissions with second rides only available if there remains space with capacity constraints on each tram. The photos in this collection were taken on Tuesday 27th April which saw two trams allocated to service - Glasgow 22 and Oporto 273 with Berlin 223 006-4 also making one trip out onto the mainline. We see all those trams in action as well as taking a look from the outside at the depots with information boards on those trams at the front of each road attached to the barriers preventing access inside.

* To find out more information about how Crich is currently operating - including the revised guidelines for visiting - please visit their official website at

Photographer: David Maxwell
All Photographs were taken on Tuesday 27th April 2021.

Oporto 273

Glasgow 22

Oporto 273 interior

Berlin 223 006-4

Blackpool 236

Croydon Tramlink 058+061 & Berlin 223 006-4

Chesterfield 7

London County Council 106

Liverpool 869

Sheffield Works 330 & Glasgow 1282

Derby 1

Oporto 273

Oporto 273

Glasgow 224

Glasgow 22 & Oporto 273

Glasgow 22

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