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  1. I seem to have acquired one of these photo-diorama-box things. It's a lovely bit of kit. Lets see if I can make something worthwhile to put in it!
  2. Hello, I became interested in the tramway when came across the Wikipedia page, which can be found here --> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carstairs_House_Tramway The Wikipedia article gives a rough overview to the history of the line, with some information on the dates of operation and the machinery. From more reading around, it appears that the line might have been the 2nd oldest electric railway on Great Britain, after Volk's Electric Railway in Brighton (which had a gauge of 2ft, then 2ft 8 1/2 inch) and the 4th oldest electric railway in the British Isles, as well as the second to adopt hydro-electric power (after the Giant's Causeway Tramway). The route is shown here --> https://www.old-maps.co.uk/#/Map/294253/644369/12/100664 simply switch to the OS Counties Series 1897 1:2500 layer; and scroll northwards. If you have anymore information about the line or it's rolling stock, please comment below. Thanks, Alex
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