It’s that time of the week again when we bring you a round-up of when and where you can travel on heritage trams across the UK. Once again if you know of any errors or omissions please let us know and we will make the change. All the information here is given in good faith but you are advised to check before travelling any significant distance with the organisations involved.
Beamish, The Living Museum of the North
Open daily between 1000 and 1700 with trams operating each day round the Museum circuit.
Birkenhead Heritage Tramway
Trams will operate during the summer school holidays Wednesdays to Sundays. First tram from Woodside Ferry at 1300, last tram departs Woodside Ferry to Depot at 1630.
Black Country Living Museum
Opening daily between 1000 and 1700. One tram will normally be in service each day. Please note a broken rail currently means services are only running between the mine and the village.
The Heritage Tram service will operate again over the August Bank Holiday weekend which should feature the return to the rails of Boat 602, full details to follow. From Sunday 1st September the service then reverts to running nightly during the Illuminations.
Crich Tramway Village
Now open daily until 3rd November. Museum is open between 1000 and 1730 with trams operating daily.
Douglas Horse Tramway
Operating daily until Sunday 15 September. First tram departs Strathallan at 0900 with last departure at 1800.
East Anglia Transport Museum
The Museum is open every Tuesday (1300-1700), Wednesday (1300-1700), Thursday (1300-1700), Saturday (1300-1700) and Sunday (1100-1700, except during special events) until 28 August.
Great Orme Tramway
Services run daily every 20 minutes between 1000 and 1800 until the end of September.
Heaton Park Tramway
The tramway operates every Sunday until the end of September with trams running 1200-1700.
Manx Electric Railway
Operating daily until Sunday 6th October. Timetable D (14 departures from Douglas between 0940 and 1640) is now in operation until Sunday 1 September. Evening services will run all Wednesdays and Fridays during this period with the exception of Wednesday 31 July.
Extra services will run at times during the Manx Heritage Transport Festival between 24 and 28 July.
Open daily until the start of November.
The main summer service is now in operation and should run to the following pattern until Sunday 1 September:
Sundays-Thursdays: Red timetable – every 20 minutes, first departure Seaton 1000, first departure Colyton 1030, last departure Seaton 1700, last departure Colyton 1730
Fridays & Saturdays: Purple timetable using the “Eastbourne trams” 2, 4, 6, 8, 12 – every 20 minutes, first departure Seaton 1000, first departure Colyton 1030, last departure Seaton 1700, last departure Colyton 1730.
In addition every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 26 July to 8 September will see special Dinosaur Train departures from Seaton at 1100, 1240 and 1400.
Snaefell Mountain Railway
Operating daily until Sunday 6 October with timetable D (every half hour between 1015 and 1545) in operation until Sunday 1 September. Evening services run every Wednesday and Friday during this period with the exception of 31 July.
Summerlee – The Museum of Scottish Industrial Life
The Museum is open daily between 1000 and 1600.
The information provided above is given in good faith and is correct to the best of our knowledge. If you know of any errors please contact us by using the comments section below or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.