B74-T381 with a ballast train stabled at Gheringhap.
At the National Tramway Museum at crich, in Derbyshire, the driver of Sheffield Tram no 74 slows while the conductor changes the tracks to enable two trams to pass each other.
The tram restoration workshop at the National Tramway Museum in Crich, Derbyshire. On the right can be seen Blackpool No 167. This was built in 1928 by English Electric in Preston at a cost cost... (more)
A scene at the National Tramway Museum in Crich, Dervyshire. Southampton Tramways no. 45 arrives at the terminus. This tram, built in 1905 was originally built with an open top. Later, it had a ... (more)
A scene at the National Tramway Museum in Crich, Dervyshire. The driver is seen with his hands on the power controller and the brake on Sheffield Corporation Tramways no. 74. When Sheffield had ... (more)
NR74 leads MA5 out of the Melbourne freight terminal.