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Stagecoach Supertram - advert liveries

When it originally opened the entire fleet on the South Yorkshire Supertram - now branded as Stagecoach Supertram - was in the standard fleet livery of grey and a bit more grey - but as time moved on and Stagecoach took over operation of the system full advert liveries started to arrive and have remained a feature ever since. So far, only the original Siemens-Duewag trams have received full advert liveries with some of the fleet having carried mutiple designs whilst others have been left in fleet livery throughout.

This list is very much a "work in progress" and there are gaps in information, educated guesses in some dates and it is almost certain something has been completely forgotten! If you can help fill in any of the gaps or notice any other errors or ommissions please let us know by email.


No. Advert From To Photo
104 My Sheffield Jobs.co.uk 2008 2008
106 Thomson Fly.com 2006 2007 Photo
109 East Midlands Trains May 2019 August 2019 Photo
110 Stagecoach Supertram: Let congestion pass you by / Energy Efficiency (centre car only - one advert either side) 2005 2005
111 East Midlands Trains 2011 September 2017 Photo
111 IKEA September 2017 April 2018 Photo
111 Pretty Little Thing.com April 2018 Still carried Photo
116 Meadowhall 2006? 2008 Photo
116 Genting Club July 2012 2015? Photo
116 East Midlands Trains July 2014 September 2017 Photo
116 Doncaster Sheffield Airport September 2017 March 2019 Photo
116 XPO Logistics April 2019 Still carried Photo
118 Pretty Little Thing.com April 2018 Still carried Photo
120 Meadowhall ? ?
120 East Midlands Trains 2009 2010 Photo

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