|Information for Hurst Nelson built tramcars|
|Motor:||2 Dick Kerr DK9A electric motors (DC OHLE)|
|Power:||50 hp (37 kW)|
Despite more modern tramcars being built in the 1920s some of these earlier tramcars survived in service until the closure of the Southampton tram network in 1949. No. 45 was able to survive into preservation (it was the first tram to be preserved by a private body) and is now at Crich.
|No. 45 at Crich|
 R.W. Rush, British Electric Tramcar Design 1885-1950 (Oxford Publishing, 1976) p. 64