Crich museum line

City: Crich (United Kingdom).
Track length: 1.3 km.

Track gauge: 1435 mm (standard gauge).
Opened: 1963.

Crich Tramway Village
The line runs from Town End Terminus to Glory Mine terminus.

Blackpool railcar 2 on museum line near Bowes-Lyon Bridge.
Sydney service vehicle on museum line near Booksshop.
Glasgow railcar 1282 on museum line near Bowes-Lyon Bridge.
Sheffield railcar 510 on museum line near Bowes-Lyon Bridge.

Viewed in evening. The offical last tram in Sheffield in 1960.
Glasgow railcar 1115 on museum line near Booksshop.
Leeds railcar 399 on museum line at the museum Crich Tramway Village.
Blackpool railcar 710 on museum line at the museum Crich Tramway Village.
Glasgow railcar 1297 on museum line at the final destination Glory Mine terminus.
Blackpool railcar 40 on museum line near Emporium Booksshop and Café.
London railcar 106 on museum line at the museum Crich Tramway Village.
London railcar 100 on museum line at the museum Crich Tramway Village.

Built by The Union Constuction Company of Feltham, for the Metropolitan Electric Tramway Co. No. 331. From 1937 to 1952 it ran in Sunderland.
Leeds railcar 180 on museum line near Emporium shop.

Built by Brush, and an assortment of motor vehicles.
Glasgow railcar 22 on museum line near Bowes Lyon bridge.
Blackpool railcar 2 on museum line at the museum Crich Tramway Village.

Was built by G.F. Milne & Co. in 1898.
Glasgow railcar 1100 on museum line at the stop Town End.

The Passenger Shelter is from Birmingham and the buiding is the facade of the former Assembly Rooms, Derby.
Blackpool railcar 166 on museum line on the entrance square Crich Tramway Village.

"Toast Rack"
Blackpool railcar 166 on museum line at the museum Crich Tramway Village.

"Toast Rack"
Glasgow railcar 812 on museum line at the museum Crich Tramway Village.
Southampton railcar 45 on museum line at the museum Crich Tramway Village.

It was constructed in 1903 and is of special design to permit operation through the low Bargate Arch.
New York City railcar 674 on museum line at the museum Crich Tramway Village.

Built in Manhattan workshops of the Third Avenue Transit Corporation.
After opration in the United States, this tramcar later saw mary years' service in Vienna, Austria.
Sheffield railcar 510 on museum line at the stop Wakebridge halfway point.
Johannesburg railcar 60 on museum line at the stop Glory Mine.
Newcastle upon Tyne railcar 102 on museum line on the entrance square Crich Tramway Village.
Blackpool railcar 49 on museum line at the final destination Town End.
Blackpool railcar 49 on museum line near Chich Stand.
Glasgow railcar 22 on museum line at the museum Crich Tramway Village.
Sheffield railcar 510 on museum line at the museum Crich Tramway Village.

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.
Motorvogn nr. 45, ved Bowes-Lyon Bridge.

National Tramway Museum Crich.

Motorvogn nr. 45, ved Bowes-Lyon Bridge
Publisher: National Tramway Museum.
Glasgow railcar 812 on museum line at the museum Crich Tramway Village (1980).

Glasgow railcar 812 on museum line at the museum Crich Tramway Village (1980)
Photographer: Wolfgang Walper.
Publisher: Der Bahnladen.
Date: September 1980.

Berliner Reko Strassenbahn Tw 3006 in Crich, UK
User: HStrab.
Language: English.
Date: July 14th, 2009.

Crich Tramway Village Tram Ride on Liverpool Car 869 Part 1
User: dts193.
Language: English.
Date: September 27th, 2010.

National Tramway Museum '1940s Event' 2011 Part 1/2
User: HomeMoviePerson.
Language: English.
Date: April 24th, 2011 to April 25th, 2011.

Crich Tramway Museum
User: MrRnipper.
Language: English.
Date: November 14th, 2012.

Add a comment

Add a comment if you have any questions, corrections or additions to this page.

Your name
Optionally your mail address
Your comment
© 2004-2020: Henrik Boye
Flag of Denmark
Flag of Germany
Developed by: Silas Boye Nissen
TRAM TRAVELS