In 1939 the last public tram system in Bath was closed. Motor buses replaced the Bath trams, which had operated in some parts of the city since 1880. The exhibition comprises models, equipment and photographs concerning the history of the Bath tramway system. The displays also include suggestions on how public transport might develop in the future. Will trams ever make a comeback in Bath?
At 5.30 each day, local experts Peter Davey and Colin Maggs will give presentations on aspects of the history of the Bath trams network. During the day, there will be short presentations and documentary film footage – some of it never seen before.
|Event:||Presentations and Film Footage|
|Date & Time:||Saturday 22 June 2019 10.30am – 6.30pm|
|Sunday 23 June 2019 10.30am – 6.30pm|
|Venue:||The Museum of Bath at Work, Julian Rd, Bath|
|Admission:||Free with admission to the museum|
This event is in association with The West of England group of the Tramway and Light Railway Society.
Admission to this two-day event is free with admission to the museum.