Grimsby District Light Railway
The Great Grimsby Street Tramways Company was a tramway serving Grimsby and Cleethorpes in Lincolnshire, England. It was a subsidiary of the Provincial Tramway Company.
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... In July 1936, the Cleethorpes Urban District Council bought the tramway company and operated the trams, only to convert the whole line to trolleybuses a year later ... Operation was transferred to the Grimsby Cleethorpes Transport Joint Committee in 1957, and was replaced by motor buses in 1960 ...
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