|Garden Festival 'zone'|
|Type of object|
Vehicle, boat or ship
|Current location, if known|
National Capital Trolley Museum in Maryland, USA
Built 1936 by English Electric Company. According to this source: 'This was the only tram at the Festival to come from its original working environment. One of a series of 12 open cars built in 1934 principally for use on the Promenade in Blackpool as part of the virtually complete modernisation of the Blackpool fleet in the 1930s. Following withdrawal from the Blackpool fleet, it has found its way to the National Capital Trolley Museum in Maryland, USA.' More information here.
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