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Events Diary

This page contains information of all special events held at tramways in the British Isles. All information is believed correct at the time of upload but please check if travelling for any specific event either with the organisation involved or take a look on our News & Features page where we will attempt to provide updates. If you know of any event not listed on this page, or can correct any information already featured, please email.

To aid viewing events are colour coded by location:

Beamish: The Living Museum of the North (please note only major transport based events feature on this page, for a full list of events visit the Beamish website)
Birkenhead Heritage Tramway
Blackpool Heritage Tram Tours (please note only the Gold "event" weekends and special events are included on this page. Heritage Tram Tours run most weekends and school holidays throughout the year, visit the Blackpool Heritage Tram Tours website for the full calendar of operation for 2020)
Crich Tramway Village
East Anglian Transport Museum
Heaton Park Tramway
Isle of Man
North Eastern Electrical Traction Trust
Seaton Tramway
Statfold Barn Railway
Anywhere else!

Whilst some tramways have now reopened following their initial closure as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic it is highly unlikely any special events will be taking place for now. We will try to keep this list as up-to-date as possible but please keep up-to-date with the latest news for details of any events or check directly with the organisations involved before considering attending any event listed here.

January 2021

This page was last updated on Sunday 8th November 2020

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