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The National Tramway Museum, Crich.
Centenary Tram Move.

Scotts used two extendable Faymonville lowloaders to transport
the two centenary trams from the Crich Tramway Museum to Blackpool.
Scotts Heavy Haulage co-ordinated the entire operation on behalf
of the National Tramway Museum.

Blackpool and Fleetwood No.2 is an original tram built in 1898. It ran in Blackpool until 1927 where it was eventually put into storage. It was re-commisioned in 1960 and remained in service before it was moved to the National Tramway Museum in Crich, Derbyshire.

Blackpool tram 167 was built in 1927 by the Blackpool Corporation. The tram was in service between Blackpool and Fleetwood and featured and 'advanced upholstered seat'. It replaced Blackpool No.2 in 1927 and remained in service until the sixties. It returned to Blackpool in 1985 for the Blackpool Tram Centenary and in 1998 for the Tramway Road Centenary.

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