Blog: Curator’s Choice

Depot Refurbishment Progress.

Depot Refurbishment Progress.Soon after closure of Crich Tramway Village for the winter,the new insulated panels for the depot roof were delivered. Much to the delight of our Curator, Laura Waters who is eager that the project to protect our tramcar collection should proceed quickly. Contractors...

Transfer of Power!

Transfer of Power!With Depot 2 cleared for the first stage of the Depot Refurbishment programme (for which we are still seeking donations) another improvement project could be started. When the first electric trams started operating at Crich in 1964, the power supply was via a rotary...

Finally in Place – Bournemouth 85

Finally in Place – Bournemouth 85Just a week after being the star attraction of our Tram Day event Bournemouth 85 was on the move again. Members of our Workshop team were hard at work as they spent Saturday 23rd September moving  85 into its new permanent display location in the exhibition hall., The...

Tramcar Collection Online

Tramcar Collection OnlineThe Museum is home to the largest preserved collections of tramcars and associated works vehicles in the country. The collection comprises more than 80 vehicles, the majority of which are passenger carrying tramcars, but we also have several works vehicles, such as...

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