Fleet List

14 Trams: A trip down memory lane

The trams are narrow guage (2'9"), purpose built by the company with designs based on some of the heritage trams that served our towns and cities in the first half of the last century.


Car 2 - ( Year : 1964)

Built in 1964 at Eastbourne. Based on the London Metropolitan Tramways type A design.


Car 4 - ( Year : 1961)

Built in 1961 at Eastborne. Based on the famous Blackpool 'Open Boat' cars.


Car 6 - ( Year : 1954)

Car 6 built in 1954, and Car 7 built in 1958 at Barnet. Both are based on the ex Bournemouth open toppers of the Llandudno & Colwyn Bay system.


Car 7 - ( Year : 1958)

Car 6 built in 1954, and Car 7 built in 1958 at Barnet. Both are based on the ex Bournemouth open toppers of the Llandudno & Colwyn Bay system.


Car 8 - ( Year : 1968)

Built in 1968 at Eastbourne. The first car to be built for the Seaton gauge of 2’9”. This was the first tram to go pink in support of Breast Cancer Care. It was relaunched in Spring 2012 in Bristol blue & cream livery.


Car 9 - ( Year : 2004)

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 easy access.


Car 10 - ( Year : 2006)

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 easy access.


Car 11 - ( Year : 2007)

Superceded Car 8 as the pink tram in 2011


Car 12 - ( Year : 1966)

Built in 1966 at Eastbourne. Originally an enclosed single-decker, it was rebuilt as an open topper in 1980, and again in 1999 to resemble the London ‘Feltham’ trams of the 1930s.


Car 14 - ( Year : 1904)

Built in 1904, the oldest tram in the fleet. A Metropolitan Tramways type A Car 94 (standard gauge), rebuilt at Eastbourne and Seaton between 1962 and 1984.


Car 16 - ( Year : 1921)

Built in 1921. Bournemouth open top car 106 (3’6” gauge), rebuilt at Seaton between 1974 and 1991.


Car 17 - ( Year : 1988)

Built in 1988 at Seaton. Based on the Manx Electric Railway “toast-rack” cars.


Car 19 - ( Year : 1906)

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.


Car 20 - ( Year : 1952)

Built in 1952 at Barnet, rebuilt in 1992. Usually to be found at Riverside Depot


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