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Neville Street, trams

Neville Street, trams
Undated. View of Neville Street focusing on two trams, no. 269 (left) and no. 255 (right). Both are Middleton Bogies, no. 255 being the prototype of this style of tram designed as a high speed car specifically for the Middleton Route, where several accidents had taken place on the downhill stretch through Middleton Woods. No. 255 entered service in 1933 and was followed by 16 others in 1935. The large building behind the trams is School Close Mills, housing businesses including M.H. Whittaker & Sons Ltd., engineers. On the right of the picture is the entrance to the tunnel under the City Station.

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