Crich Tramway Village

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Crich, England
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Crich Tramway Village Derbyshire England Nov 11, 2017
Crich Tramway Village is home of the National Tramway Museum in Crich Derbyshire, England. There are loads of British and European trams on display , i believe i saw a New York Tram also,There are trams from around the world.--In a exhibition hall, tram sheds, and running in service. On the day i was there,3 trams were running, a Blackpool single tram a double decker Liverpool tram and double decker Glasgow tram, i rode on all three. Fares are included in museum ticket charge. In the workshop you can view restoration projects. In the Tram Depot are heritage working trams. There is a play area for kids. Also there is a picnic area. Toilets are available, including Disabled. Dogs on a lead are welcome. Gifts and souvenirs shop. Refreshments and a old fashioned pub. In the Derby Assembly rooms in the Tramway Village is a exhibition " The Electric Era."in here are maps of trams routes of days gone by.--There is plenty of car parking space at the museum entrance.---- I had travelled by bus from Matlock Bath. Buses number 140 and 141 run this route to Matlock Bath and Matlock. (2017)---The National Tramway Museum is a not-for-profit independent educational charity.-----I"m a senior citizen and the admission charge was £12-50, i believe full price was £14.The ticket is valid for 12 months., so keep the ticket.----A great day out.
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From Porto Portugal.
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