LOVE them or loathe them, trams are making a comeback, with cities around the world building new light rail transport systems.
You can see a large collection of trams of all shapes and sizes at Crich Tram Museum in the UK, where an exhibition takes you on a journey through 100 years of tramway development, from 1860-1960.
Horse drawn trams, steam trams and electric trams are all on display and you can ride on restored old trams along a section of former limestone quarry track.
The Mail By Tram exhibition reveals how, in the early 20th century, tramcars became mobile post boxes, carrying and delivering letters and parcels.
Toursgallery has a 22-day tour of England, Scotland and Wales in August taking in this collection of historic trams. The price is $13,880 per person twin share, ex London.
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