By month Edit
- 10 January - Southampton Corporation Tramways open their Docks - Central Bridge - Floating Bridge Road extension.
- 17 March - Wallasey Corporation Tramways opens.
- 19 March - Wallasey Tramwas closes.
- 27 March - Middleton Electric Tramways opens.
- 17 April - Warrington Corporation Tramways undergoes an official Board of Trade inspection of the Latchford and Sankey Bridges branches, carried out by Lt. Col. P.G. von Donop R.E.. Despite a minor hiccup involving a broken trolley pole, permission was given for operations on the two lines to begin.
- 21 April - Warrington Corporation Tramways opens.
- 21 April - Warrington Corporation Tramways opens the Latchford line.
- 23 April - Warrington Corporation Tramways opens the Sankey Bridges line.
- 30 April - Nottingham's last horse tram route closes.
- 22 November - Warrington Corporation Tramways opens the Cemetery line.
- 29 November - Warrington Corporation Tramways opens the Longford line.
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- A line from Talbot Square along Talbot Road to Layton is opened on the Blackpool tramway.
- The London United Tramways line was extended from Hounslow to Hounslow Heath, and from Brentford to Richmond and Twickenham.
- The Great Orme Tramway is built.
- Until 1905, the Bristol Tramways route from Hanham, having reached Old Market, was extended to the Tramways Centre.
- The Isle of Man Tramways & Electric Power Co. Ltd. is sold by the liquidator, with the Douglas Bay Horse Tramway going to Douglas Corporation and the Manx Electric Railway going to the Manx Electric Railway Co. Ltd.
- Nottingham Corporation Tramways start new services to Lenton, St Ann's and Mapperley.