Restorers aim to get Glasgow’s last tram back on track

The last of Scotland’s original trams is being restored so it can carry passengers again during its 80th anniversary next year.
The “Coronation” tram, loved for its improved comfort and Art Deco elegance, was the final one in service when Glasgow’s network closed in 1962.
It took up the rear of the farewell tram procession which brought an estimated 250,000 people onto the city’s streets.
Number 1245 was used to shunt other trams being scrapped before it was sold the following year.
It is being refurbished by volunteers to run on a Scotland’s only heritage tramway, at the Summerlee Museum... read more

 
11 February 2018 in Lifestyle, Views: 44
Source: Scotsman
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