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Cambridge Street Tramway (1880-1914)

Tram Shed, 5 Dover Street

History of the Tram Depot

Trams (1)

Trams (2)

Cambridge Steam Tramway Conductor Rules (MoC)

Cambridge Steam Tramway Conductor Rules (MoC)

Cambridge Steam Tramway Conductor Rules (MoC)


1909 Cambridge Tram share certificate for Evelyn Buckenham

The Buckenham lived at Huntingdon House, 112 Castle Street

Wikipedia article on Cambridge Trams:

Proposed expansion of Cambridge’s horse drawn tram network, 1899.

The trams stopped running in 1914.

The Driver’s Farewell to his ‘Oss – 1914

1914 Steam Traway sale of effects (MoC35/67)

Horse drawn double-decked omnibus on the Huntingdon Road c.1900

Horsedrawn ‘pillbox’ omnibus

Tram Depot. The last runs were made on 18th February 1914. (Cambridgeshire Collection)

Tram near station (MoC85/76)

Cambridge Tramway Map (MoC)

Cambridge Street Tramways rules for conductors (MoC)


Tram Shed, East Road, in 1973



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