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Preserved Scottish Trams
(copyright free photographs of these would be most welcome)
Horse Drawn trams
No 543 Glasgow Transport Museum (see links page)
Room & Kitchen type Tram
No 672 Glasgow Transport Museum Scotland
No 22 the National Tramway Museum in Crich Derbyshire England.
No 488 returned from A M T U I R, The French Tramway Museum in Paris (see links page) in 2013 and now undergoing restoration. Expected to be unveiled for its inaugural run in Summer 2016 at the East Englia Transport Museum. Please see link for more information - LINK 3..................................................No 585 Science Museum in London England
No 779 Glasgow Transport Museum Scotland
No 812 the National Tramway Museum Crich Derbyshire England
No 1088 Glasgow Transport Museum Scotland
No 1089 Glasgow Transport Museum Scotland
Ex Paisley and District Tram
No 1017 (single decker) at Summerlee Museum Coatbridge Nr Glasgow
No 1068 the National Tramway Museum Crich Derbyshire England
Kilmarnock Bogie Trams
No 1100 the National Tramway Museum Crich Derbyshire England
No 1115 the National Tramway Museum Crich Derbyshire England
No 1173 Glasgow Transport Museum Scotland
No 1245 Summerlee Museum Coatbridge Nr Glasgow Scotland
No 1274 Seashore Trolley Museum Kennebunkport USA (see links page)
No 1297 the National Tramway Museum Crich Derbyshire England
No 1392 the National Tramway Museum Crich Derbyshire England
No 1055 preserved as Liverpool 869 National Tramway Museum Crich England
No 543 at the Glasgow Transport Museum Scotland
No 1 W21 are in store at the National Tramway Museum Crich England
No 35 the National Tramway Museum Crich Derbyshire England
Horse Tram Number 23 from Edinburgh Shrubhill Works 1880's, recently discovered in the Scottish Borders, has undergone restoration and can be seen at Lathalmond Bus Museum.
The tram has been restored showing both of the liveries that it would have run with -
The tram is under the care of the Edinburgh Horse Tram Trust.
226 - This tram is undergoing reconstruction and is likely to be restored as "the missing example" of a cable tram. It is hoped that now that No 23 has been successfully restored that 226 can be moved to Lathalmond, where it will be easier to complete the restoration.
Both of these vehicles can be viewed at the Grampian Transport Museum in Alford near Aberdeen Scotland -
Aberdeen District Tramways Horse Drawn Tram No. 1.
Cruden Bay Hotel Tram No 2 -(both of this systems trams were recovered in 1988 and the best of both of the vehicles was used to preserve the tram now on show at the museum. This was a short line linking the Hotel with the station and the line was built by the Great North of Scotland Railway.
Aberdeen District Tramways -
54 & 81 in store; lower sections of 70 & 80 believed to exist as private storage.
Aberdeen Suburban Tramways -
No 11 which is on display as a trailer at Grampian Transport Museum.
DUNDEE & DISTRICT TRAMWAY COMPANY
Nos 2 & 22 are in store awaiting restoration.
No 21 a steam trailer is on show at the National Tramway Museum in Crich Derbyshire England.
No 53 currently situated in Summerlee Museum in Coatbridge Nr Glasgow
Please let the Society know if you are aware of any Scottish Trams that still exist -
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