Newcastle Corporation Transport and Electricity Undertaking


December 16, 1901 - 1915: Newcastle Corporation Tramways.

City: Newcastle upon Tyne (United Kingdom).
Total route length: 82.0 km (51 miles).

Track gauge: 1435 mm (standard gauge).
Opened: December 16, 1901.
Closed: March 4, 1950.

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Railcar: 102.


Vincent Madden (April 15, 2021):

"I am trying to find information about my Late Grandfather George Askew who was a Newcastle Tram driver."

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Newcastle Tramways
By: Barry Magor.
Language: English.

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Last updated: March 13, 2023.