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Blackpool 630 (originally 293) is a Brush railcoach dating from 1937. In the mid-1990s it was modified and modernised to this condition, including the fitting of a pantograph, an enclosed tower and rubber bumpers.
It was withdrawn from service in 2011 and repainted in this 1990s style livery before being moved to Crich. In 2017 it returned to Blackpool to help celebrate the 80th anniversary of the Brush rail coaches, and returned to Crich in 2018.
Beside 630 is former Berlin 223 006-4, modified for disabled access.
Photo taken by Paul Haywood, Saturday 15 September 2018, Crich Tramway Village
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