In Pictures: Seaton Tramway runs 24 hours for charity

Between 1300 on Wednesday 27th and 1300 on Thursday 28th May a 24 hour charity Tramathon took place on the Seaton Tramway with tram no. 4 running a return trip every hour in aid of Prostrate Cancer UK, Cancer Research UK, Marie Curie Cancer Care and Epilepsy Research UK. Although a few trips during the night (when a special flat return fare was on offer) ran without passengers the event was declared a success with raffle tickets also being sold to raise funds for the charities. £1825.83 has been raised so far for the four charities from the event.

8 approaches Riverside loop with Tramathon car 4 following on.

And here comes no. 4 onto Riverside loop.

At Seaton terminus and 4 pulls up alongside 10.

A general view of Seaton terminus showing 10, 4 and 14. The latter tram was stabled in the siding at Seaton throughout the event.

A look inside Riverside Depot including a rare view of the elusive no. 7 (back left). Also in this view are 16, Works car 02, 9, 19, 17 and 2. (All Photographs by Keith Chadbourne, 27th May)

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