National Tramway Museum, Crich

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Tram operation started at the National Tramway Museum at Crich in Derbyshire on the 8th July 1963, the 50th anniversary was celebrated on the 8th July 2013 when Sheffield horse tram no. 15 re-enacted the first journey, plus a visit by HRH The Duke of Gloucester, patron of the Tramway Museum Society who took the reins of no. 15 and also drove Blackpool Boat car no. 236. Sheffield no. 15 features in service in this DVD plus scenes of the operational fleet of trams plus many of the non-operational trams in the depot and Great Exhibition Hall. All sections of the museum line are covered and trams from the following towns and cities are featured in action: Blackpool, Berlin, Cardiff, Chesterfield, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Johhanesburg, Leeds, Liverpool, London, New York, Prague, Sheffield and Souithampton. Running time 74 minutes, widescreen PAL UK system.

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