Ree-daw La-BAA-dit!

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Leeds like many towns and cities had a large number of open balcony cars in the nineteen thirties. Some of the Leeds ones were deemed sound enough to be given totally enclosed upper decks and one such survives at Crich, 345 which wears the smart pre-war blue livery.
When in service with Leeds they were popular with the public as they were some of the few cars that did not have the destination gear in the front upper deck window.
It is seen in the depot yard at Crich, conveying a private party to a memorial service for well known Leeds tram enthusiast Keith Terry who died earlier this year.

Photo taken by Chris Hough, Sunday 7 October 2018, Crich Tramway Museum

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