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In this 85th volume: We travel back to the streets of Sunderland in the 1950s Sunderland's trams had an appeal to tram enthusiasts that was as great as any other British system. Possibly it was the fact that many were second-hand from other systems, or was it their (almost unique) pantographs in their later years?
David Clarke was born in London in August 1936, living there and travelling to school on trams and trolleybuses until 1952. Four years as an engineering trainee with the Westinghouse Brake & Signal Company was followed by becoming an engineering undergraduate at the University of Leeds. Switching from engineering to teaching Physics and Mathematics, David ultimately was the Head of Science for 17 years at a Leeds comprehensive school. In 1983 he obtained an MSc in Physics Education at the University of York. A lifelong interest in transport in general, and trams in particular, has enabled him to present this brief but hopefully interesting work on the trams of Sutherland.