|Last Updated Sunday 13th March 2016|
|North Eastern Electrical Traction Trust|
Key to the colours used in this fleet list:|
Under Attention, On loan/in store elsewhere, Static Display
|210||Graz||1949||Dark Green & White||In Store|
|412||Krefeld||?||Cream||On Display - NELSAM|
|647||Blackpool||1988||Yellow||On Display - NELSAM|
|674||Blackpool||1935||Dark Purple & Yellow||On Display - NELSAM|
|684||Blackpool||1960||Dark Purple & Yellow||On Display - NELSAM|
|708||Blackpool||1934||1970s Green & Cream||On Display - NELSAM|
|721||Blackpool||1935||Black||Under Attention - NELSAM|
|735||Blackpool||1963||White & Blue||On Display - NELSAM|
The majority of the NEETT collection is now housed at the site of the North East Land, Sea & Air Museum (NELSAM) near Sunderland. 634, 647 and 674+684 are in the new depot building, all other trams remain stored outside.
Blackpool 634 left on Thursday 25th February 2016 for Blackpool having spent almost two years at NELSAM. The tram has been removed from the fleet list above.
Blackpool 647 is a Centenary car. It currently retains the remnants of an advert livery for ‘B&M Bargains’, but is expected to be repainted in 1920s style Blackpool red, white and teak livery in the future.
Blackpool 674 and 684 form a Twin car set. The duo are currently displayed together, but have not yet been recoupled.
Blackpool 708 is on loan from the Manchester Transport Museum Society. Plans exist for this car to be restored to its original guise as open top car 245.
Blackpool 721 is a second series ‘Balloon’ car which currently wears a plain black livery left from an expired all-over advert for ‘Pleasure Beach Resort’. It is currently receiving attention to its roof before being repainted red and white, and is then expected to move to the Heaton Park Tramway on loan for a minimum of two years.
Blackpool 735 - the illuminated Hovertram - arrived in the North East on 1st July 2014. It is the subject of an appeal for funds to enable a cosmetic restoration.
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