The standard gauge tramway consisted of 5 routes covering just over 12 miles and joining neighbouring towns.
These routes began in Mansfield's Market Place and went to Berry Hill, Crown Farm, Mansfield Woodhouse, Pleasley and via Sutton-in-Ashfield to Hucknall-under-Huthwaite.
The fleet comprised a total of 31 cars plus a water car. Two cars were purchased in 1912 from the Cavehill & Whitewall tramway of Northern Ireland and two bought and one borrowed in 1930 from the nearby Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Tramways Company, (another Midland Counties Electric Supply Co. subsidiary).
The tramway was largely rural in nature and it was replaced by motor buses, despite trolleybus authority having been obtained in 1929.
In 1932 two trams were sold to Sunderland Corporation, where they saw further service until 1953.
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