Burnley Corporation Transport Tram Fleet List 1901-1933

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Fleet No.TypeTrucksBuilderSeating

1901

1-24Double-deck
open-top
bogie
BrillMilnes39/32

Nos. 1-24 had their Brill bogies rebuilt to ‘Burnley’ design and top covers fitted between 1914 and 1920.
No. 9 withdrawn 1933 after accident.
No. 10 re-numbered 68 in 1926.

1903

25-38Double-deck
open-top
bogie
BrillMilnes39/32
39-46Single-deck
saloon
bogie
BrillERTCW44

Nos. 25-38 had their Brill bogies rebuilt to ‘Burnley’ design and top covers fitted between 1914 and 1920.

1907

47Single-deck
saloon
bogie
Simpson & ParkUEC40

1909

48-52Double-deck
balcony
bogie
BrillHurst Nelson39/32

1910

53-54Single-deck
saloon
bogie
Brill ‘Burnley’UEC44

1911

55-57Single-deck
saloon
bogie
Brill ‘Burnley’UEC44

1913

58-67Double-deck
balcony
bogie
Brill ‘Burnley’UEC39/32

1921

68-72Single-deck
saloon
bogie
Brill ‘Burnley’English Electric44

No. 68 re-numbered 73 in 1926.

Note:
68 of these trams were transferred to the Burnley, Colne and Nelson Joint Transport Committee in April 1933. The identities of those transferred and the four withdrawn trams are not known, although the PSV Circle reports in publication RC5 (1958) that 49 double-deck and 19 single-deck trams were transferred. If this is correct then the single-deck trams must have been Nos. 39-46, 47, 53-57, 68[73]-72 (since Burnley only had 19 single-deck trams).


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