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Seatons Heritage Trams Fleet List

  




Metropolitan Open Top
Car Number: 2
Built in 1964 at Eastbourne.
Based on the London Metropolitan
Tramways type A design. 







Blackpool-style open boat
Car Number: 4
Built in 1961 at Eastbourne.
Based on the famous Blackpool
'Open Boat' cars. 




Llandudno & Colwyn Bay
Car Number: 6
Built in 1954 at Barnet.
Based on the ex Bournemouth open toppers
of the Llandudno & Colwyn Bay system. 





Llandudno & Colwyn Bay
Car Number: 7
Design: Open Topper
Year: 1958
Number of seats: 37
Controllers: Dick Kerr DB1 H3
Seaton Tramways Number 8



Llandudno & Colwyn Bay
Car Number: 8
Built in 1968 in Eastbourne.
The first car to be built for the seaton gauge of 2'9" and the first tram to go pink in support of Breast Cancer Care. 





Plymouth & Blackburn Style
Car Number: 9
Built in 2002-7 at Bolton and Seaton. Hybrid design based on elements of the old Plymouth and Blackburn trams. The low floor centres are wheelchair accessible. Car 9 is Glasgow Experimental Livery launched 2004.




Plymouth & Blackburn Style
Car Number: 10
Built in 2002-7 at Bolton and Seaton. Hybrid design based on elements of the old Plymouth and Blackburn trams. The low floor centres are wheelchair accessible. Car 10 is Glasgow Livery launched 2006.




Plymouth & Blackburn Style
Car Number: 11
Built in 2002-7 at Bolton and Seaton. Hybrid design based on elements of the old Plymouth and Blackburn trams. The low floor centres are wheelchair accessible. Car 11 was launched 2007.




Freestyle single deck conversion
Car Number: 12
Built in 1966 at Eastbourne Originally an enclosed single-decker, it was rebuilt as an open topper in 1980. It was again rebuilt in 1999, the more enclosed design resembling the London Feltham trams of the 1930's.




Ex Metropolitan Tramway car
Car Number: 14
Built in 1904, the oldest tram in the fleet. A metropolitan Tramways "type A" originally numbered car 94 (Standard Gauge), rebuilt at Eastbourne and Seaton between 1962 and 1984. Enclosed tram for wet weather.




Ex Bournemouth Tramway car
Car Number: 16
Built in 1921. Bournemouth open top car 106 (3'6" gauge), rebuilt at Seaton between 1974 and 1991. Enclosed tram for wet weather.




Manx Electric Railway
Car Number: 17
Built in 1988 at Seaton. Based on the Manx Elecric Railway toast-rack cars. Removable seats allow wheelchairs to be carried.




Ex Exeter Tramway car
Car Number: 19
Built in 1906. An Exeter Corporation Tramways 3'6" gauge open topper, 1906 - 1931. Rebuilt at Seaton, 1994-1998. The only Exeter tram in preservation. Enclosed tram for wet weather.




Freestyle Car
Car Number: 02
Built in 1952 at Barnet, rebuilt in 1992. Usually to be found at Riverside Depot.

 

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