Southampton Corporation Tramways - Southampton Tramways Company - Trams


  • Fifteen double deck cars, built 1879. Upper decks later removed to reduce weight.
  • Four cars built in 1881 by Starbuck Car and Wagon Company, Birkenhead. Paid for in instalments.
  • Four new cars by Brush, Loughborough, supplied in 1896. After electrification they were used as trailers, and two of them were later converted into single deck trams, numbered 50 and 51.

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