Tram Numbers
Halifax



Contents:


Tram Number 1
Produced by Milnes.

The vehicle ran away without further incident at Ovenden on 25th June 1921

Tram Number 2
Produced by Milnes. Ran on the Halifax-Highroad Well route [1937]

Tram Number 3
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 4
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 5
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 6
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 7
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 8
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 9
Produced by Milnes. Ran on the Halifax-Triangle route [1924]. The vehicle was converted for use as a snowplough in 1922

Tram Number 10
Produced by Milnes.

The vehicle was converted into a cricket pavilion at Armytage Road, Brighouse

Tram Number 11
Produced by Milnes. Ran on the Halifax (Powell Street) to Sowerby Bridge route [1937]. The vehicle was converted for use as a snowplough in 1922

Tram Number 12
Produced by Milnes. The vehicle decorated to celebrate the Coronation of George V in June 1911. The vehicle ran away without further incident at Bull Green, Halifax on 23rd November 1920

Tram Number 13
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 14
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 15
Built in 1899 by Milnes. Ran on the Cow Green-Pellon service

Tram Number 16
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 17
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 18
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 19
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 20
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 21
Produced by Milnes. In 1921, the original tram was withdrawn and replaced by a new open-topped vehicle. In 1932, it was given a covered-top. In 1934, upholstered seats were fitted downstairs. It ran on Route Number 5 to Sowerby Bridge and Triangle

Tram Number 22
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 23
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 24
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 25
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 26
Produced by Milnes. The vehicle was converted for use as a bus shelter at Mixenden in July 1931

Tram Number 27
Produced by Milnes. The vehicle was converted for use as a bus shelter at Wheatley in July 1931

Tram Number 28
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 29
Produced by Milnes. Ran on the route which was extended from Jerry Lane, Sowerby Bridge to Triangle on the 10th February 1905

Tram Number 30
Produced by Milnes. Ran on the Halifax-Queensbury route

Tram Number 31
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 32
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 33
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 34
Produced by Milnes

The vehicle was converted for use as a Home Guard Post on Albert Promenade in 1940

Tram Number 35
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 36
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 37
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 38
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 39
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 40
Produced by Milnes Came into service in 1900.

Ran on the service from Brighouse to Bailiff Bridge which began on the 13th October 1904

Tram Number 41
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 42
Produced by Milnes.

Ran on Route Number 7 to Bank Top, Southowram

Tram Number 43
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 44
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 45
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 46
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 47
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 48
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 49
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 50
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 51
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 52
Produced by Milnes. Ran on the Halifax-West Vale route number 2

Tram Number 53
Produced by Milnes. This vehicle worked Route Number 1 to West Vale

Tram Number 54
Produced by Milnes. The vehicle worked Route Number 3 from Halifax to Brighouse

Tram Number 55
Built in 1900 by Milnes. Ran on the Post Office-West Vale Service.

The front bumper was fitted in 1902.

The roof canopy was fitted in 1912

Tram Number 56
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 57
Produced by Milnes

Tram Number 58
Produced by Milnes. Ran to Hebden Bridge

Tram Number 59
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough. This vehicle worked the first journey on Route Number 1 to West Vale on 2nd August 1905

Tram Number 60
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough.

Tram Number 61
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough. Ran on the Old Station-Halifax route

Tram Number 62
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough. Ran on the Sowerby Bridge-Triangle route

Tram Number 63
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough. Ran Halifax-Queensbury route number 8.

It was later fitted with a top cover manufactured by Turner

Tram Number 64
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough. Ran on the route to Triangle.

On 15th October 1907, five people – including the conductor, Walter Robinson – were killed and 42 people were injured when the vehicle derailed as it made the ascent from Bolton Brow to Pye Nest Road. The vehicle was badly damaged

Tram Number 65
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough. Ran to Hipperholme and Brighouse on route number 3

Tram Number 66
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough. Ran on the Post Office-Savile Park route

Tram Number 67
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough. Ran on the Old Station-King Cross route [1913]

Tram Number 68
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough. Ran on the Sowerby Bridge-Triangle route

Tram Number 69
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough. Ran on route number 2 between West Vale and Highroad Well

Tram Number 70
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough.

Tram Number 71
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough. In October 1901, it was the first tram to be fitted with a collapsible roll-top cover on the top deck. This was manufactured locally by ?

The cover let the rain in and was later replace by a cover manufactured by Milnes/Turner

Tram Number 72
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough.

Tram Number 73
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough. Ran on Route Number 7 to Hebden Bridge

Tram Number 74
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough. Ran on the Cow Green-Hebden Bridge Route Number 7. This was one of the first trams to be rebuilt after World War I

Tram Number 75
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough.

Tram Number 76
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough.

Tram Number 77
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough.

Tram Number 78
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough. One of 20 to be fitted in 1913 out of 40 ordered. Double-decker

Tram Number 79
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough. Ran Halifax to Ovenden

Tram Number 80
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough. Ran on Route Number 6. The photograph is captioned
Tram 80 at Ambler Thorn

Tram Number 81
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough.

Tram Number 82
Produced by the Brush Company of Loughborough. Ran on the Route Number 10 service from Halifax to Godfrey Road and Skircoat Green

Tram Number 83

Tram Number 84
Ran on route number 4

Tram Number 85

Tram Number 86
Built in 1903. Ran on the service from Brighouse to Bailiff Bridge which began on the 13th October 1904

Tram Number 87
Ran Halifax to Hipperholme and Brighouse

Tram Number 88

Tram Number 89
Ran to Nursery Lane. Double-decker.

In 1911, this and Tram Number 90 were decorated to celebrate the coronation of King George V.

On 22nd May 1915, 20 people were injured when this vehicle ran out of control overturned at Lee Bridge

Tram Number 90
Ran on the Illingworth route. Double-decker.

In 1911, this and Tram Number 89 were decorated to celebrate the coronation of King George V

Tram Number 91

Tram Number 92

Tram Number 93

Tram Number 94
Ran between Union Street, Halifax & Shelf.

2 men were killed and 12 others injured in the North Bridge Tram Accident on 1st July 1906, when the vehicle went out of control as it travelled down New Bank and overturned on North Bridge

Tram Number 95
On 14th October 1904, five people were injured at Horton Street, Halifax when power failure made the brakes inoperable, and caused the tram to leave the line and collide head-on with Tram Number 96

Tram Number 96
Single-deck vehicle introduced in 1904. Known as a demi-car.

On 14th October 1904, five people were injured at Horton Street, Halifax when power failure made the brakes of Tram Number 95 inoperable, and caused it to leave the line and collide head-on with Tram Number 96

This was one of 2 open-sided vehicles. A note in Halifax in the Tramway Era says that

after an accident, they were seldom used again

During World War I, Tram 96 was converted into a travelling National Kitchen. The mobile kitchen was usually parked at Barum Top, Halifax

Tram Number 97
Acquired in 1913. Brush-bodied trams 97 to 102 were the first top-covered trams to be purchased new

Tram Number 98
Ran on the Halifax-Triangle route. Acquired in 1913. Brush-bodied trams 97 to 102 were the first top-covered trams to be purchased new

Tram Number 99
Acquired in 1913. Brush-bodied trams 97 to 102 were the first top-covered trams to be purchased new.

Mrs Caleb Easton was killed and 37 others injured when the Queensbury-Halifax tram overturned at Ambler Thorn on 15th July 1917.

Ran on the Halifax-Pellon route [1937]

Tram Number 100
Acquired in 1913. Brush-bodied trams 97 to 102 were the first top-covered trams to be purchased new. Ran on the Ovenden-Savile Park route

Tram Number 101
Acquired in 1913. Brush-bodied trams 97 to 102 were the first top-covered trams to be purchased new

Tram Number 102
Acquired in 1913. Brush-bodied trams 97 to 102 were the first top-covered trams to be purchased new

Tram Number 103

Tram Number 104

Tram Number 105
Ran to Queensbury

Tram Number 106

Tram Number 107
Double-decker vehicle. Built by the Halifax Corporation workshop in 1928

Tram Number 108
Ran to Hipperholme on route number 3 [1930]

Tram Number 109
This was the last tram to run in Halifax as the tram service closed on 14th February 1939, and Whiteley Lumb was the driver

Tram Number 110
Ran on the Halifax Station-Hebden Bridge Route [1938]

Tram Number 111
Ran on the Halifax Station-Hebden Bridge Route [1938] and the Halifax-West Vale route.

It was photographed at Mason's Green when the tramway system closed on 14th February 1939

Tram Number 112

Tram Number 113

Tram Number 114
A Preston-built tram which came into service 1929-1931

Tram Number 115
A Preston-built tram which came into service 1929-1931. Ran on the Halifax-Sowerby Bridge (Tuel Lane) route [1938]

Tram Number 116
A Preston-built tram which came into service 1929-1931. Ran on the Halifax-Highroad Well route [1937]

Tram Number 117
A Preston-built tram which came into service 1929-1931

Tram Number 118
A Preston-built tram which came into service 1929-1931

Tram Number 119
A Preston-built tram which came into service 1929-1931

Tram Number 120
A Preston-built tram which came into service 1929-1931

Tram Number 121
A Preston-built tram which came into service 1929-1931

Tram Number 122
A Preston-built tram which came into service 1929-1931. Ran on Route Number 1

Tram Number 123
A Preston-built tram which came into service 1929-1931. Ran on the Halifax-Pellon route

Tram Number 124
Ran on the Halifax to Hebden Bridge route

Tram Number 125
Ran on the Halifax-Causeway Foot route [1938]

Tram Number 127
Ran on Route Number 2 from Halifax to Pellon Lane [late 1930s]

Tram Number 128
Bought from Exeter Corporation. Ran on the Halifax (Powell Street) to Sowerby Bridge route [1938]

Tram Number 130
Bought from Exeter Corporation. Ran on the Halifax-Sowerby Bridge route [1938]

Tram Number 131
Bought from Exeter Corporation. Ran on the Halifax to Sowerby Bridge route [1938]

Tram Number 139

Tram Number 198

Tram Number 201



© Malcolm Bull 2018
Revised 16:15 /4th March 2018 / mmt1070 / 32200

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