Re: Tram enthusiasts able to obtain retired fleet
  David Walker

"Of the 237 retired trams, 134 will be made available to the public as part
of the expression of interest process to open on May 28 and close on July

What puzzles me is what is intended for the others? Other posts have
mentioned five in good nick awaiting refurbishment (e.g. for the city
circle) and a few art trams to go to the people who painted them, but that
still leaves nearly 100. Are they so decrepit that they will be left to the
white ants, are there other creative uses, or is this just the first stock
clearance sale?

David Walker