In Pictures: Beside the Seaside ends at Crich

The nine day special event, Beside the Seaside, at the Crich Tramway Village ended on Sunday 4th June, although unfortunately the weather had turned by this time with heavy rain hitting Derbyshire. On this day there were delays to the service in the afternoon when Blackpool Toastrack 166 broke down under Bowes Lyon Bridge. In this short photographic update Chris Pheasey takes a look in the depot and also at recent progress with London County Council 1.

An atmospheric shot inside the depot showing Blackpool Brush Railcoach 630 alongside Blackpool Boat 236 with its light strings fully illuminated. Blackpool Jubilee 762 and Metropolitan Electric Tramways 331 look on from behind.

Bluebird inside the workshop where recent progress has including the start of fitting panelling back to the frame of the tram. (Both Photographs by Chris Pheasey)

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1 Response to In Pictures: Beside the Seaside ends at Crich

  1. Christopher Callan says:

    I just absolutely adore them String Lights. Traditional Lights have that wonderful warmth. Love to see Boat Car 602 adorned with similar when it returns. 236 Looks absolutely stunning it has to be said.

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