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Daily Archives: Thursday 3 October 2013
The latest issue of the Tramway Museum Society Journal contains a brief but potentially interesting snippet of information regarding Cardiff 21. This double-deck horse tram has been on loan to the museum at Crich from the Nantgarw Collection Centre in … Continue reading
It’s been a while since we had our incredibly irregular feature “Lost Trams” but it is back with a vengeance today as we take a look at a tram which left the UK way back in 1958 – Liverpool “Baby … Continue reading
It has been confirmed that testing of Edinburgh Trams will commence between Gogar depot and Edinburgh Park from Tuesday 8th October as the project continues to make good progress ahead of a planned for opening in May 2014. The City … Continue reading
The site of Britain’s oldest surviving section of street tramway along Blundell Street and Princess Street in Blackpool has undergone further changes recently, following the removal of further overhead wires along this historic section of tramway. This is part of … Continue reading