Wheels in motion for new season at heritage site

Posted by: Belinda Hargreaves

Fri 1st March 2024

The wheels are in motion for a new season at a heritage transport site in Derbyshire.
Crich Tramway Village was established more than 50 years ago by the Tramway Museum Society and has since developed into a major visitor attraction with more than 100,000 visitors per year.
The village is an Accredited Museum housing a unique collection of trams and tram-related artefacts and trams running in passenger service daily.
The heritage site is soon set to re-open for its 2024 season.

A spokesman at Crich Tramway Village posted up these photos of their vehicles on the venue’s Facebook page this week and stated: “Some of our trams inside the depots. It won’t be long before some of them are out running again.
“We re-open on Saturday, March 9.
“You can pay on arrival or, if you prefer, you can book online via our website.”

For further information and to book tickets go to here

To read more Spirit of Alfreton articles all about Crich Tramway Village go to here

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