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Operational, Under Attention, Withdrawn, Not Yet Delivered
Built: 1993-94 by Duewag, Dusseldorf, Germany |
Max speed: 50mph
Motors: 4 x 250kw monomtor drives
Power Conductor: Single Arm Pantograph
|101||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|102||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|103||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|104||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|105||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|106||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|107||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|108||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|109||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|110||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|111||Advert for Pretty Little Thing.com||Photo|
|112||Advert for Stagecoach Supertram: On track for a greener future||Photo|
|113||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|114||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|115||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|116||Advert for XPO Logistics||Photo|
|117||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|118||Advert for Pretty Little Thing.com||Photo|
|119||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|120||Cream and Blue||Photo|
|121||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|122||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|123||Blue, Red & Orange - with 21st Anniversary window vinyls||Photo|
|124||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|125||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
All trams underwent a midlife refresh between 2006 and 2009 in the following order: 115, 119, 104, 101, 107, 105, 121, 122, 120, 114, 110, 125, 118, 103, 117, 108, 106, 123, 113, 102, 109, 124, 112, 111 and 116.
Following an accident involving a Mainline bus on 26th May 1995 the current formation of 102 is actually formed with part of 111: 102-1-original centre-111-1. It returned to service in this form on 14th July 1995 and remains like this today.
105 was involved in a collision with a lorry at Hyde Park on 23rd July 2021 sustaining damage to the cab whilst also derailing the tram.
106 was at one stage stripped for spares and rebuilt.
111 split a switch in the Depot and damaged an articulation unit in July 1995 which led to the formation change as mentioned above for 102. As a result 111 is now formed as 111-2-original centre-102-2. 111 also split the switch at Alsing Road on 23rd November 1996.
118 is made up of two sections of 118 and one of 120 following a collision between the two at Shalesmoor on 22nd October 2015.
120's livery is a commemoration of 50 years since the closure of the original tramway in Sheffield. Originally intended as a short-term livery in 2010 the tram remains in this style today. The tram is now a mixed formation with the number two end being that from 118 following a collision between the two trams on 22nd October 2015 at Shalesmoor.
The 21st anniversary livery carried by 123 is the standard fleet livery with vinyls added to the windows depicting passengers as drawn by local artist Peter McKee.
Built: 2015-6 by Vossloh/Stadler, Valencia, Spain |
Seats: 96 (with space for 140 standing passengers)
Maximum Speed: 60mph
Motors: 6 x 145kW
Power Conductor: Single arm pantograph
|399 201||30th November 2015||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|399 202||24th May 2016||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|399 203||28th June 2016||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|399 204||19th July 2016||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|399 205||26th September 2016||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|399 206||17th October 2016||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
|399 207||20th November 2016||Blue, Red & Orange||Photo|
Four of these vehicles (399 201, 399 202, 399 203 and 399 204)are fitted with Tram-Train wheel profiles to allow operation on the Tram-Train pilot between Cathedral and Rotherham Parkgate. The remaining vehicles (399 205, 399 206 and 399 207) have traditional wheel profiles and can be used on the conventional Supertram network.
399 202 is made up of two thirds of 399 202 and one third of 399 204 after both vehicles suffered collision damage in two separate incidents within six weeks of each other in October/November 2018. The good parts of the two trams were combined to allow a tram to return to service. This had been the first of the class to carry passengers on Thursday 14th September 2017 (in its original form).
399 204 is made up of two thirds of 399 204 and one third of 399 202 following the collisions as mentioned above. Having returned to Spain for repair on 21st February 2019 and returning to Sheffield on 17th November 2019 it returned to service on 19th January 2020.
Thank you to Charlie Blagg, Stuart Cooke & Aidan Croft for providing information contained on this fleet list.
This page was last updated on Thursday 16th September 2021
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