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Wirral Trams

Last weekend, on Saturday, there was a special event to celebrate 20 years of The Wirral Transport Museum & Heritage Tramway. We like riding in restored old trams, so we went back to Wirral for the day.

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We parked near the museum, quite convenient. We’ve missed the first tram, but we arrived in time for the second one. A return is only £2 for an adult, I think it should be a little more, as they are using the money for the museum.

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The tram looks stunning.

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There is only a short drive to Woodside Ferry, so we got there in less than 10 minutes.

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As we could return with any other tram, we’ve decided to have lunch at Home Coffee.

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This is the view from their second floor, lovely, isn’t it?

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After we’ve browsed thru the menu, we ordered the Eggs Florentine and Mushroom Rarebit. Hubby went for the vegetarian option and so we were able to share.

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The eggs Florentine were delicious, still runny, the spinach was fresh and kept a bite to it. Loved it.

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The rarebit was delicious, the mushroom was cooked nicely.

We had dessert too, I had the Coffee and Walnut cake and hubby had the Sticky Toffee cake. Mine was perfect, not too sweet, moist and I could taste the coffee. Hubby’s cake was a little on the sweet side, but it was a sticky toffee, so it was expected.
As soon as we’ve received the plates we’ve started eating and then I realized I had no pictures. So hubby took one of the cake counter before leaving.

It was a lovely meal, the service was good, the food very nice and it is affordable. I would recommend Home, this is why I mentioned them.

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The tram arrived in little under 10 minutes and it was a different one. It was one we’ve been with before, for my name day.

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It was quite busy, as you can see.

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This is the sight from the tram.

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This was our trip to the Wirral Trams. We’ve already visited the Museum, so I didn’t take any pictures inside. Before leaving, we went to photograph Egerton Bridge. We’ve passed on it so many times, but never stopped to take some pictures.

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Our day continued with a trip to The Birkenhead Priory, but that is another post. The tower that was in refurbishment 3 years ago is now open.

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8 thoughts on “Wirral Trams”

  1. I had no idea this place existed. I knew there use to be trams in the city centre, but it’s so cool that they have a museum about them over on the Wirral. I’d quite like to visit sometime.

    The view looks great from the other side of the river!
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    1. It is nice and in the weekend there is an restored tram from the Ferry to the Museum. I’ve read on the Council’s website that Birkenhead was the first town with a street tram in Europe. It’s quite impressive :)

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