Ipswich Transport Museum
Preserving the transport heritage of Ipswich since 1965, and now supported by the Friends of the Ipswich Transport Museum. The Ipswich Transport Museum is a Registered Charity No. 276626.
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Brush Tramcar 33 - Restoration progress (latest first)
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Tram restoration Primer applied to one end of the tram.
Tram restoration Newly constructed canopy, having already been trial fitted, and removed while the roof is finished.
Tram restoration The saloon roof, with the chimney hole repaired, and the ribs removed, ready for re-applying the waterproofing canvas.
Tram restoration When the tram was used as a summer house, it had a hole cut in the roof for a chimney, seen in the lower left corner. The picture also shows the planks which were sawn through when the canopy was originally removed.
Tram restoration One side and one end prepared, and primed.
Tram restoration Life guards parts being assembled before refitting.
Tram restoration Reconstructed dash panel and platform, with a controller temporarily fitted.
Tram restoration New planks being fitted to the platform area.
Tram restoration Paintwork being rubbed down to expose the original signwriting and lining.
Tram restoration As discovered being used as a shed.
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