Crich Tramway Village
The home of the National Tramway Museum, founded in the 1950s, it nestles above the Derwent Valley in the Derbyshire Hills.
Tramway and Light Railway Society
The Tramway and Light Railway Society is a registered National Charity and is the UK society for everyone interested in tramways and especially tramway modelling. Founded in 1938, the TLRS now has around a thousand members.
Hastings Tramways Club
The Hastings Tramways Club (H.T.C.) was formed in 1992 by a group of people who were interested in the history of Hastings Tramways, the only other electric street tramway in Sussex. Now there are more than 35 members who live in and around the Hastings area. They are now restoring the last 2 remaining Hastings tramcars at their base in Robertsbridge.
Seaton Tramway operates narrow gauge heritage trams between Seaton, Colyford and Colyton in East Devon's glorious Axe Valley, travelling alongside the River Axe estuary through two nature reserves and giving an unrivalled view of the abundant wading bird life.
Black Country Museum Transport Group
Based at the Black Country Living Museum in Dudley, West Midlands, the Black Country Musuem Transport Group preserve trams and buses from around the West Midlands. They also operate the only 3'6" gauge tramway in the country - the same gauge as Brighton.
Brighton and Hove Bus and Coach Co
Brighton and Hove Bus and Coach Company are the current successors to Brighton Corporation Tramways and the owners of Lewes Road Depot.
The James Gray Collection
The photographic collection of local photographer and collector James Gray, now owned by the Regency Society. Contains many images of Brighton Trams and the building of the system.
David Bradley Online
David Bradley's website of his own collection of Trolleybus photos, mainly of London, but does include a section on Brighton Trolleybuses.
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