Sheffield’s Last Tram
Electric tramways formed the backbone of local tran sport in Sheffield from 1899 until their demise in October 1960 when tramcar No. 510 was decorated as Sheffield’s last tram. Originally built in 1950, it has run at Crich Tramway Village for many years, eventually requiring an overhaul which has taken 18 months and £60,000 to complete. One aspect which received attention were the side panels depicting Sheffield’s transport history which were painstakingly recreated in the Museum workshops. Now as good as new, visitors to the Crich Tramway Village can once again enjoy a ride on Sheffield’s last tram. Photograph by Hazel Quarmby.
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