SCOTLAND'S LAST TRAM

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Title: SCOTLAND'S LAST TRAM

Reference number: 0929

Date: 1962, September 4

Director: [filmed by George Williamson]

Sound: silent

Original format: std. 8mm

Colour: col

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 2 mins

Description: Scotland's last tram (Coronation No.1282) on its final journey from Glasgow to Dalmuir. This 16mm print blown up from original std. 8mm film in 1980. See also ref. {2114}

Shotlist: No credits. Shots of Coronation tram No. 1282 en route along Dumbarton Road, heading for Clydebank (.05); Shots outside Clydebank Town Hall as the car stops to pick up various civic dignitaries, including Provost Downie. Shots of crowds as they take photographs and lay pennies on the rails as the car moves off (.24); Shots of the tram at Dalmuir as it prepares to reverse (0.36)