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I am searching for any information about a tram accident that sadly killed my great-grandfather in 1941. The death certificate for my great-grandfather, Arthur John Hand (6 Mar 1896 - 4 Dec 1941) states "Died at Birmingham General Hospital of: cardiac failure as a result of a fracture...
Some recent photos of West Midlands Metro trams that have been given a new blue livery.
Tram 17 on Bull Street
Tram 37 leaving Grand Central Tram Stop on Stephenson Street. It may have lost the Ozzy Osbourne name.
I managed to get this photo https://www.flickr.com/photos/transport_photos/5957804916/in/photostream before the shutters came down of the the former Tram 1913--Jan 1937 and Bus Garage June 1937---1962 what may be of interest is that the roof has now gone but is soon to be replaced...
The former Miller St tram shed is now up for sale, the area covered is 1.75 acres, I would think that it does not include the foremer PW department as this is being used a the driver training school,
Before you put your bid in on the building there are one or two thing to know, the building...
I managed to get a photo of the inside of the former Highgate Road B.C.T. Tram and Bus garage they are at
As you look at the first photo to the left you will see a set of steel steps these...