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Article says only 11, 45 and 57 survive. British Trams Online mentions 11, 38, 45. Are 38 and 57 the same vehicle (possibly) or are there actually four survivors? --Northernhenge (talk) 20:28, 18 May 2013 (UTC)
There are 4 trams still around: 11 and 38 are in a shed in Southampton Docks, 45 is at Crich Tramway Museum and 57 is in store somewhere. -- Lingwood (talk) 22:05, 18 May 2013 (UTC)