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To aid visibility of the current status of the trams on this fleet list the following colour coding is used:|
On Display, Under Attention/Overhaul/Restoration, On loan elsewhere/stored off site
|No.||Place||Year||Livery||Year last operated||Link|
|210||Graz||1949||Dark Green & White||?||Photo|
|674+684||Blackpool||1960||Dark Purple & Yellow||2008||Photo|
The last operated dates relate to the tram's original tramway unless stated otherwise.
The NEETT collection is housed inside a specially built depot at the site of the North East Land, Sea & Air Museum (NELSAM) near Sunderland.
Blackpool 647 - the last standard gauge traditional tramcar to be built in the UK - currently retains the remnants of an advert livery for B & M Bargains.
Blackpool 721 wears a plain black livery left from an expired all-over advert for ‘Pleasure Beach Resort’. It has received some attention to its roof since arriving at NESLAM.
This page was last updated on Sunday 23rd August 2020
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