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Tram 5

Tram 5

Tram 5 entered service in 1920 with the Dudley, Stourbridge and District Company. At just over 32 feet long it could accommodate 34 seated passengers and has two manually operated doors at each end. Withdrawn in 1930, it was sold for use as a summer house, before eventually being preserved in 1973. Recently restored by the Llangollen Railway, Tram 5 is in the final commissioning stages and is expected back in operation later this summer. 

Entered service: 1920 

Withdrawn: 1930 

Manufacturer: Birmingham & Midland Tramways, Tividale, UK, 1920

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Year: 1920

Ref: 1976-466-001-6

Theme: Transport



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