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Sheffielf tram 510, 'Sheffield's'. This car was the official last car and carries a special livery designed for occasion. On the right is one of the original buildings dating from the George Stephenson era. Udgivet af DRG J. Arthur Dixon.

POpen balcony tramcar 22, from Glasgow, displaying the "white" route livery. The car is passing a bandstand, originally installed in a park at Stretford, near Manchester. Udgivet af J. Arthur Dixon.

Blackpool Corporation standard tramcar 49 af 1926. On the left is a tram stop sing from Leeds and the tower in the background is Chich Stand, a war memorial to the Sherwood Foresters. Udgivet af DRG J. Arthur Dixon.

One of the tram depots, showing (left to right), car 180 (built 1905) from Prague, car 1297 (built 1948) from Glasgow and car 602 (built 1953) from Leeds, 602 carries decorations to commemorate the Queen' silver jubilee. Udgivet af DRG J. Arthur Dixon.

Blackpool standard tramcar No. 49, built 1926, waits at 'Town End' to depart for Glory Mine. The tram shelter is from Birmingham. Udgivet af DRG J. Arthur Dixon.

Manchester Comporation tramcar 765 waits on the depot fan to enter service if needed. Gateshead 5, and Blackpool 49 pass in the distance. Udgivet af J. Arthur Dixon.

Tramcar No. 102 in the forground is from Newcastle and was built 1902. In the background are Tramcars 812 and 115, both from Glasgow. Udgivet af DRG J. Arthur Dixon.

Tramcar No. 60, built in 1905 and acquired from Johannesburg, South Africa, approaches the Glory Mine terminus, 810 ft above sea level. The Derwent Valley is in the background. Udgivet af DRG J. Arthur Dixon.

A scene at the Wakebridge halfway point and passing place. In the forground are trams from Sheffield and Johannesburg. Udgivet af J. Arthur Dixon.

New York trolley car 674, built in Manhattan workshops of the Third Avenue Transit Corporation in 1939. After opration in the United States, this tramcar later saw mary years' service in Vienna, Austria. Udgivet af J. Arthur Dixon.

The first tramcar acquired for preservation by the museum, Southampton Corporation 45, is seen passing the depot yard. It was constructed in 1903 and is of special design to permit opration through the low Bargate Arch. Udgivet af J. Arthur Dixon.

Glasgow Corporation Tramways 812, built in 1900 as an open-topper and seen here in the final totally-enclosed condition in which it traversed the streets of Glasgow until the 1960s. Udgivet af DRG J. Arthur Dixon.

"Toast Rack" Tramcar No. 166, built in 1927 and formerly operated by Blackpool Corporation. Udgivet af DRG J. Arthur Dixon.

"Toast Rack" Tramcar No. 166, built in 1927 and formerly operated by Blackpool Corporation. Udgivet af J. Arthur Dixon.

Two Glasgow Tramcars pass at Town End. The Passenger Shelter is from Birmingham and the buiding is the facade of the former Assembly Rooms, Derby. Udgivet af DRG J. Arthur Dixon.

Blackpool and Fleetwood 2 "Toasttrack", was built by G.F. Milne & Co. in 1898. Seen here on the crossover at the National Tramway Museum, Crich, Derbyshire. Udgivet af J. Arthur Dixon.

Glasgow Trams 22 and 1282 pass each other in the area of the Bowes Lyon bridge at the National Tramway Museum, Crich, Derbyshire. Udgivet af J. Arthur Dixon.

Totally-Enclosed Tramcar No. 189, built 1934 and formerly oprated by Sheffield Corporation. Udgivet af J. Arthur Dixon.

A busy scene outside the Emporium shop at the National Tramway Museum, Crich, with Leeds "Horsfield" tramcar 180, built by Brush in 1931, and an assortment of motor vehicles. Udgivet af J. Arthur Dixon.

Sunderland 100 was built in 1930 by The Union Constuction Company of Feltham, for the Metropolitan Electric Tramway Co. No. 331. From 1937 to 1952 it ran in Sunderland; finally restored at the National Tramway Museum, Crich in 1989. Udgivet af J. Arthur Dixon.

Tramway  Museum, Crich/England, motor-car 812 of the Glagow Corporation. Foto: Wolfgang Walper in Sepember 1980. Udgivet af der bahnladen.

Tramcar in service at the National Tramway Museum, Crich. This car was restored in London by the London County Council Tramways Trust Group. Udgivet af DRG J. Arthur Dixon.

Blackpool 40 newly restored at the National Tramway Museum Crich arrives at the Emporium Booksshop and Café. Udgivet af J. Arthur Dixon.

Glasgow Tramcar No. 1297, built in 1948, at the Glory Mine terminus at the National Tramway Museum, Crich, Derbyshire. Udgivet af J. Arthur Dixon.

Blackpool "Balloon" 710 on the return journey from Glory Mine at the National Tramway Museum Crich. Udgivet af DRG J. Arthur Dixon.

Leeds 399, built in Kirkstall Road Works, Leeds, in 1929 and the first double-deck tramcar to arrive at the National Tramway Museum, Crich, in 1959, seen there restored to ist original condition. Udgivet af J. Arthur Dixon.

Liverpool 869 at the National Tramway Museum, Crich.  This car was restored in Liverpool by the '869 Group' of the Merseyside Tramway Preservation Society. Udgivet af DRG J. Arthur Dixon.

Glasgow Tramcar No. 1115, built in 1929. At the Booksshop on the right is a Hexagonal Post-box from Manchester. Udgivet af DRG J. Arthur Dixon.

Glasgow Tramcar No. 1115, built in 1929. on the traverser prior to being placed in the Exhibition Hall at the National Tramway Museum, Crich in Derbyshire. Udgivet af J. Arthur Dixon.

Sheffield Tramcar 510, built in 1950 and the offical last tram in Sheffield in 1960. Viewed in evening with the Bowes-Lyon Bridge and street lights at the National Tramway Museum, Crich. Udgivet af J. Arthur Dixon.

Glasgow 'Coronation' Tramcar 1282, built in 1940, negotiates the interlaced track below the Bowes-Lyon Bridge at the National Tramway Museum, Crich in Derbyshire. Udgivet af J. Arthur Dixon.

Wilkinson vertical-boiled steam tramway locomotive "John Bull", built in 1885. Perserved at the National Tramway Museum, Crich. Udgivet af DRG J. Arthur Dixon.

Architectral features at the National Tramway Museum, Crich include the Bowes-Lyon Bridge. Framed here, Southampten 45 and Blackpool and Fleetwood 2; the track is interlaced here to pass through an arch in the bridge. Udgivet af J. Arthur Dixon.

PCC Tramcar 1147 from Den Haag, Holland. This tram is featured in PCC (Presidents Conference Car) exhibition at the National Tramway Museum, Crich. Udgivet af J. Arthur Dixon.

The Village is home to a collection of over 60 tramcars from Britain and around the world, mary of which run in regular passenger service. Udgivet af National Tramway Museum.

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