This article is about the company operating a tramway in Derby between 1904 and 1934. For the original system closing in 1880, see Derby Tramways (Original tramway).
Derby Tramway
Locale England
Dates of operation 1904 – 1934
Track gauge
Headquarters Derby

Derby Tramway was tram system serving the city of Derby, England. It opened on 27th July 1904. It was closed nearly 30 years later, on the 29th June 1934.

Preserved tramsEdit

Tramcar n°1 is the only Derby tramcar preserved and is located at the National Tramway Museum in Crich, Derbyshire. This tram was used for crew training prior to the opening of the system.

Tramways in Derbyshire
(Closed systems)

Ashby & BurtonChesterfieldDerbyGlossopIlkestonMatlockNottinghamshire & Derbyshire

Transport in Derbyshire edit

Historic town tramway systems in the United Kingdom (v/t)


Alford and Sutton - Barnsley and District - Birmingham Corporation - Blackpool - Brill - Bristol - Chesterfield - City of Birmingham - Dearne District - Derby - Doncaster - Grimsby & Immingham - Grimsby District - Heaton Park - Hull - Ilkeston - Liverpool - London County Council - London United - Maidstone Corporation - Mansfield & District - Matlock - Mexborough & Swinton - Nottingham Corporation - Nottingham & District - Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire - Rotherham - Scarborough funiculars - Sheffield - Southampton - Volks Electric - Warrington - Wisbech and Upwell - Wolverton and Stony Stratford


Great Orme - Swansea and Mumbles Railway - Pwllheli and Llanbedrog


Glasgow - Scottish Tramway and Transport Society

Northern Ireland

Giant's Causeway Tramway

Isle of Man

Douglas Bay Horse Tramway - Douglas Southern Electric Tramway - Manx Electric Railway - Snaefell Mountain Railway - Upper Douglas Cable Tramway


Maley & Taunton