|Builder:||Brush, G.F. Milnes, Falcon Engine & Car Works, Guernsey Railway Company|
|Engine:||Siemens traction equipment (500v DC OHLE)|
The tramcar fleet came from a number of sources including three ex-Cardiff Tramway cars and one rebuilt from a steam trailer by the railway company itself. The railway was powered by two Marshall engines and two Siemens generators providing one hundred amperes at five hundred volts. The tramcars also had Siemens motors and chain drives and could run up to twelve miles per hour.
After the closure of the railway the track was lifted within days and the tramcars sold. There have been plans to restore a heritage tram to the island though as yet no progress has been made on this.
|Guernsey tramcar in operation, public domain image |
 Chas S Dunbar, Buses, Trams & Trollies (Hamlyn, 1967) p. 47
 "A Guernsey Railway", The Street Railway Review (Vol 3 1893) p. 559