|Last Updated Saturday 3rd June 2012|
|2||Metropolitan Tramways style open-topper||1964||Red & White||Available for Service|
|4||Blackpool style Open Boat||1961||Green & Cream||Available for Service|
|6||Llandudno & Colwyn Bay style open-topper||1954||Green & White||Available for Service|
|7||Llandudno & Colwyn Bay style open-topper||1958||Brown & Cream||Undergoing Overhaul|
|8||Llandudno & Colwyn Bay style open-topper||1968||Blue & White||Out of Service|
|9||Based on design elements from Plymouth and Blackburn tramcars||2002||Two Tone Blue||Available for Service|
|10||Based on design elements from Plymouth and Blackburn tramcars||2002||Orange, Green & Cream||Available for Service|
|11||Based on design elements from Plymouth and Blackburn tramcars||2002||Pink||Available for Service|
|12||London Feltham type tram||1966||40th Anniversary Celebratory Livery: Red & Yellow with vinyl logos||Available for Service|
|14||Ex Metropolitan Tramways 94. Now single-deck.||1904/1984||Red & White||Available for Service|
|16||Ex Bournemouth 106. Now Single-Deck Saloon.||1921/1992||Crimson & Yellow||Available for Service|
|17||Manx Electric Railways style||1988||Red & White||Available for Service|
|19||Ex Exeter 19. Now Single-Deck Saloon.||1906/1998||Green & White||Available for Service|
2 was built as 2’ gauge. Regauged to 2’9” at Seaton. Rebuilt in 1964.
4 was built as 2’ gauge. Regauged to 2’9” at Seaton. Rebuilt in 1976.
6 was built as 15” gauge in 1954 as Toastrack. Rebuilt as 2’ gauge open topper in 1956. Rebuilt in 1962 with addition of lower saloons and 1990 with removal of lower saloons and replacement with toastrack seating. Regauged to 2’9” at Seaton.
7 was built as 2’ gauge. Regauged to 2’9” at Seaton. Rebuilt in 1985. The tram was withdrawn for an overhaul to take place several years ago but remains stored in the Depot awaiting this to take place.
8 was built as 2’ gauge. Regauged to 2’9” at Seaton. Rebuilt in 1968 and 1992. It has recently been repainted in Bristol Blue and White livery and will be relaunched into service on Saturday 23rd June 2012.
9's body was built in 2001/2 at Bolton Trams Lancashire. Delivered to Seaton April 2002. Trucks and finishing work started at Seaton 2002.
10's body built in 2001/2 at Bolton Trams Lancashire. Delivered to Seaton April 2002. Trucks and finishing work started at Seaton 2002.
11's body built in 2001/2 at Bolton Trams Lancashire. Delivered to Seaton April 2002. Trucks and finishing work started at Seaton 2002. Finally entered service in 2006. The tram has recently been repainted Pink to takeover as the "Pink Tram" from 8.
12 was built in 1966 at Eastbourne. Originally an enclosed single decker. Rebuilt as open-topper in 1980. Rebuilt in 1999 in Feltham tram style. The tram has received a 40th anniversary celebratory livery for 2010 which features the 40th anniversary logo on top of a Red and Yellow paint job.
14 was originally standard gauge open topper. Withdrawn in 1935. Rescued in 1961. Re-modelled and rebuilt in 1984.
16 was originally 3’6” open topper. Withdrawn 1936. Rescued 1964. Re-modelled and rebuilt 1992.
17 received new trucks 1992. With removable seats taken out can take up to 12 in wheelchairs.
19 was originally 3’6” gauge open topper. Withdrawn 1931. Obtained in 1994. Re-modelled and rebuilt 1998.
|02||Freestyle Works Car||1955|
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