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E27000 Electra at the Midland Railway Museum, Butterley
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Other Regions - National Tramway Museum

Below are a selection of tram photographs taken at the National Tramway Museum in Crich, Derbyshire, which I would recommend anyone to visit as they have constructed and entire village for the museum, importing period buildings from all over the country to ensure an authentic atmosphere when riding the trams.

Leeds City Tramways No.345 Leeds City Tramways No.345 Glasgow Corporation Transport No.812 Blackpool Corporation Transport No.40

Leeds City Tramways No.345 (1922) at Wakebridge tram stop.

Leeds City Tramways No.345 passing under Bowes-Lyon bridge.

Glasgow Corporation Transport No.812 (1900), originally built as an open-top, at the tram terminus.

Blackpool Corporation Transport No.40 (1926) at the tram terminus.

Leeds City Tramways No.399 Metropolitan Electric Tramways No.331 Southampton Corporation Tramways No.45 Berlin No.3006

Leeds City Tramways No.399 (1925) at Wakebridge tramstop.

Metropolitan Electric Tramways No.331 (1930) at Wakebridge tramstop.

Southampton Corporation Tramways No.45 at Wakebridge tramstop.

Berlin No.3006 (1969) leaving the Tram Depot for duty.

Leeds City Transport No.180 Sheffield Transport Department No.510 Glasgow Corporation Transport No.1297 Liverpool Corporation Passenger Transport No.869

Leeds City Transport No.180 (1931), built by Brush, in the Tram Depot.

Sheffield Transport Department No.510 (1950) in the Tram Depot.

Glasgow Corporation Transport No.1297 (1948) in the Tram Depot.

Liverpool Corporation Passenger Transport No.869 (1936) in the Tram Depot.

Sheffield Corporation Tramways No.74 Crich Tower No.3

Sheffield Corporation Tramways No.74 in the Tram Depot.

Crich Tower No.3 (1975) in the Tram Depot.


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