|Information for standard bogie cars|
|Builder:||G.F. Milnes, Brush, United Electric Car Company|
|Motor:||2 Westinghouse 226N electric motors (DC OHLE)|
|Power:||80 hp (60 kW)|
Eighty six of the tramways were standard bogie cars which were built over a twenty-four year period. Although there were some detail differences such as with the seating and stairs the latter batch of tramcars were not very different to the original ones built by G.F. Milnes . The preserved tramcar Number 85 was one of a batch of ten built in 1914 by the United Electric Car Company. It survived the end of the Bournemouth system being one of ten tramcars sold to the Llandudno & Colwyn Bay Electric Railway Company and continued to work there until 1956.
|Number 85 preserved at Crich|
|Number 85 is preserved as it was in Bournemouth service|
 R.W. Rush, British Electric Tramcar Design 1885-1950 (Oxford Publishing, 1976) p. 51