As an unexpected late season bonus, Glasgow 22 has made a surprise return to use at the Crich Tramway Village. The tram has received a heavy overhaul and was undergoing testing for the last few weeks, ready for an expected return to service next year. However, with the tram performing well on test, it has been released to traffic earlier than anticipated and recorded it first day in service on Tuesday 25th October for the Starlight Spectacular event.
This was 22‘s first service use for around two years and has doubled the number of operational Glasgow cars at the museum. For most of this year open top 1068 has been the sole representative of the Scottish city available for service, following the withdrawal of Standard car 812 at the end of 2015.