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Tram 34

Tram 34

Built in 1919 for operation by Wolverhampton District Tramways, this enclosed single-decker could accommodate 32 seated passengers.

Similar in design to our Tram 5, the low domed roof enabled the car to operate on routes that passed under low railway bridges. 

Entered service: 1919 

Withdrawn: 1928 

Manufacturer: Birmingham & Midland Tramways, Tividale, UK, 1919

We’re sorry but our trams and trolleybuses are currently out of service whilst we carry out some maintenance to our overhead cables. A limited heritage bus service will be running every day. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

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Year: 1919

Ref: 1984-466-001-2

Area: Wolverhampton

Theme: Transport

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The Albion Depot & Tram Collection

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