Another arrival for the tramway at the East Anglia Transport Museum

Whilst more high profile arrivals have been seen at the East Anglia Transport Museum over the past couple of years, recently there has been a significant arrival which will prove to be valuable in the continued expansion of the museum.

This time its not another tram from Blackpool or even Glasgow but a pair of points which will be used on the planned tramway extension. And that’s not even the most impressive thing about the delivery as they have come all the way from New Zealand having been donated to the East Anglia Transport Museum from the Wellington Tramway Museum!

The delivery consisted of a pair of three way points which are set to be installed to allow both lines in the new (west) tram depot to be connected up while also creating the turnout for the new tram line. They will require a small amount of fabrication work before being put into place at some point in the future.

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1 Response to Another arrival for the tramway at the East Anglia Transport Museum

  1. Big G says:

    It’s so good to see international co-operation between transport museums but, in this instance I am not greatly surprised. I do not know who arranged this this donation. but the two museums are both friendly, welcoming organisations with a very similar ethos.

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