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Blackpool Tram Archive Series Dvd, Part 4




Blackpool tram nostalgia from the 1960s to the mid-1980s.

With footage from the 1960s to the mid-1980s, this nostalgia-packed programme takes the viewer on a journey into the golden years of the Blackpool tramway.

With footage from the long closed routes around Marton, Lytham Road and Dickson Road.

See the likes of Railcoaches, Brush cars and Balloons from a long gone era.

There’s footage of a number of enthusiast tours from the 1960s with Conduit car 1, Dreadnought 59, Crossbench 2, VAMBAC 11, Fleetwood 40, all cream Towing car 275 and numerous Standards.

Travel over the long forgotten line from Starr Gate, along Squires Gate Lane and onto Lytham Road.

See rare footage of Coronation 304 pushing a failed Balloon car.

A Boat car with a bizarre wooden framework for advertising purposes.

Amazing film shot from a car chasing trams along Dickson Road.

Coronation cars on Fleetwood winter service in the snow!


Depot shots at Rigby Road, Blundell Street and Marton.

Newly built OMO cars in plum and custard livery.

Brand new Centenary cars.

Various Illuminated cars including the Gondola.

All cream Twin cars.

A huge number of Balloons and Railcoaches.

Tram Sunday 1985 and 1986.

Numerous buses with Routemasters in St. Annes.

PD3s on the prom.

Plus a Swift on service 15!

Using 100% archive film (colour and black/white) – most of which has never been seen before – this fourth title in the Blackpool Tram Archive Series takes the viewer on a fantastic journey into the past.

Original 8mm and 16mm cine film shot by Brian Turner, Stuart Cooke and from the extensive Travel Lens Photographic collection has been professionally converted using modern techniques.

Includes an authentic soundtrack and informative commentary.

Produced by – Train Crazy

Approx. 70 minutes.

This dvd is being sold on behalf of and with full permission of the copyright owner – Train Crazy – Videoscene.