|Photographer / Copyright: Damon Cross|
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Date added to site:11/07/12
|Details: As well as a mini open day at Fulwell Garage, the 50th anniversary of the demise of London's last trolleybuses was marked by a multi-day event at the East Anglian Transport Museum in Carlton Colville. A large number of relevant vehicles was on display, including the LT Museum's AEC Mercury tower wagon 89Q. This side view taken on 8th May 2012 clearly shows the lettering and layout of the vehicle, and has a nice backdrop in the form of a preserved London tram.|
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|Damon||The tram is 1858, once kept at Chessington Zoo (when Zoos were still called Zoos). On the right is the front of 1521 and the back end of 260. This was a cracking event, probably never to be repeated and I'm so glad I had the opportunity to go. Well done everyone at EATM and everyone else involved.||Thu 12/07/12, 20:32|