Trams

Electric trams in Fleetwood have been part of everyday life since the line was first laid in the late 1890’s.

Trams in Fleetwood travel in a loop around the peninsula from The Esplanade at Fleetwood Ferry, along Lord Street to Fisherman’s Walk and back.

Latest updates in this section:

Renaming Blackpool Heritage Tram Reginald Dixon

Renaming a Blackpool Heritage Tram!

A historic Blackpool Heritage Tram has been named after Reginald Dixon, best known for his time spent as organist at the Blackpool Tower,

The Mount, central to the History of Fleetwood

What’s the History of Fleetwood?

Go back in time and explore the history of Fleetwood – how it was planned and grew to become an important Victorian town and port.

Trams in Fleetwood, at the Library, North Albert Street

Trams in Fleetwood

Trams in Fleetwood have been part of everyday life since the line was laid in the late 1890’s, carrying tourists and locals from Fleetwood to Blackpool.

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