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Is that our tram?

By Ffynnoncadno  
A peaceful afternoon at the Crich Tramway Museum in Derbyshire with two passengers waiting for their tram.
LPTB 1622 is the only remaining working example of the largest class of tramcars from anywhere in the UK with over 1,000 of these once operating in London alone. The tram originally entered service on the London County Council tramway in 1912 and is thought to have been assigned to the Poplar depot throughout its working life. Although one other example still survives, this is just a static exhibit.



Tags: Transport Peak district Transport museum Crich tramway museum b & w London tram

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Chinga Plus
11 61 3 United Kingdom
24 Jan 2021 7:05AM
Appealing image, a fine looking tram, lovely building and the two sitters on the right...
Isabel GrinGrin
cymru2019 3 17 7 United Kingdom
24 Jan 2021 9:24AM
An excellent mono of this tram and its environment. David

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