Rigby Road Depot
Halle 902, in red and cream, is currently (September 2018) stored at Rigby Road was built in 1969 as a standard Tatra T4D, which was an Eastern European adaptation of a hugely successful design of tramcar known as the ‘PCC’ (standing for ‘President’s Conference Committee’), which originated in the United States during the 1930s.
The orange tram beyond is 761. This was built in 1935 and was originally a streamlined 'balloon' tram that was withdrawn in 1978 and converted ('vandalised' you night say...) to one-man-operation with end doors. This type of tram is known as a'Jubilee' tram. The trust plans to preserve it in its 1979 form.
SEPTEMBER SPECTACULAR – TRAMWAY 133RD ANNIVERSARY WEEKEND