Blog: Tramway Engineering

LCC1 Restoration Project Up-date

LCC1 Restoration Project Up-dateThe Workshop team are working hard on the LCC1 restoration project. There has been so much to do since 2016, when it first went to Garmendale Engineering for specialist reconstruction inside. This necessitated removing the roof prior to transporting it to Garmendale....

Workshop – Maintenance and Restoration

Workshop – Maintenance and RestorationContinuing with the #LoveYourRailway #Sustainability theme, it may be stating the obvious, but looking after our historic tramcars is at the core of our museum’s work. To ensure that our operational fleet stays in good order, our conservation workshop staff and...

Up-date on Blackpool 298 Restoration

Up-date on Blackpool 298 RestorationTwo of our long standing volunteers in engineering, Mike Crabtree and Peter Whiteley (Project Leader) visited the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways Boston Lodge works to view progress on the new underframe they are working on for Blackpool 298 this week. They...

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