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> A Steam Tramway in Heywood, Greater Manchester, UK
Roger Farnworth
post 29 May 2021, 18:00
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Until I read the February 1963 edition of 'The Railway Magazine', I had no idea that steam trams served boroughs in the Manchester conurbation. .........

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John R. Prentice says that "the Manchester, Bury, Rochdale and Oldham Steam Tramways Co. Ltd. (MBRO, founded c.1883) became the second largest steam tramway operator in Britain with over 90 tram engines, 80 double-deck passenger trailers and 30 miles of routes. Of all these, two-thirds of stock and track were narrow gauge (3ft 6ins), including the section between Bury and Rochdale, through Heywood.
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Roger Farnworth
post 29 May 2021, 20:23
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Sincere apologies, the link above is broken. This is the correct one. ......

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