Glasgow Standard Tram

Preserving Glasgow Tram No.488

It's history and restoration progress in the UK

Horse tram services started 19 August 1872
Electric traction from 13 October 1898 until 4 September 1962
Tramway abandonment's started in 1926, with major route closures from 1956 onwards
Trolleybuses introduced 3 April 1949 - Abandoned 27 May 1967


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Riverside Museum

The picture of the 'Standard' Glasgow Tram Model [¾" to 1'-0"] seen on this page is reproduced by the kind permission of Glasgow Museums. It is not known if this is a working model or the maker.


Terry Russell Trams

Available from this online retailer:

532 UK Tram Drawings
224 Non UK Tram Drawings
83 Trolleybus Drawings
94 Bus Drawings
32 Underground Drawings
8 Narrow Gauge Drawings
9 Light Rail Drawings

7 Etched Brass Kits
66 Card Tram Car Kits
33 Card Building Kits
50 Model Tram Parts
33 Trucks and Bogies
3 Traction Pole Supports
Numerous Books


Shown on this page are views of working "0" Gauge [1/43rd] scale models which are approximately
9" long, 4½" high and 2" wide.

Models of Glasgow Trams

7mm Tram Models
7mm Glasgow Tram Models
Built and Photographed by Terry Russell


 

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'Standard' Glasgow Tram Model [¾" to 1'-0"]
The model is currently at the Glasgow Museums Resource Centre
On loan since 1958 from Glasgow Corporation Transport

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1014 7mm Glasgow Tram Model - Ex-works

Take a £10 Alphagraphic card kit, strengthen it with white card and glazing and populate it with 'Slater' figures, add grain of wheat lighting, fit Terry Russell EMB lightweight trucks and working bow collector and out rolled a tram #1173 in a livery that we all remember from 50 years ago.

Built and Photographed by Terry Russell

The Glasgow "Coronation" double deck Alphagrahix Tramcar Kit can be purchased for under a tenner at Terry Russell Trams but the EMB lightweight trucks and working bow collector will add another £150.00. Throw in lots of time and patience and another 7mm tramcar model is born.



7mm Tram Model of "Green Goddess" in Glasgow Corporation Livery of 1953 Fresh out of Cowfold Works in July 2013

A unique 7mm resin kit of an ex Liverpool "Green Goddess"
depicted as car 1014 in Corporation livery of December 1953

Built and Photographed by Terry Russell

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