See who you can spot dressing up for war weekends, or 1950s themed events at the museum on the edge of the Peak District.
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5. New disabled facilities
James Barnfield from Keep Able hands over the wheelchairs to Crich Tramway Museum Society Vice-Chairman Bob Pennyfather, back Andrew Braddock advisor heritage railway assiciation back in 2006
Photo: BRIAN EYRE
6. Step back in time
Crich tramway Museum prepared for its World war themed event back in 2006
7. Rock and roll weekend
Rosie, Sharna, lisa and Karl Bradley at Crich Tramway Museum which launched its 1950's weekend in 2006
Photo: Marisaa Cashill
8. Motorbike experts
Fifties enthusiasts and vintage car experts Dennis Hodgson of Sheffield and Barry Tomlinson of Belper cast their critical eye over this 1955 BSA 250 at Crich Tramway Museum pictured back in 2006
Photo: Paul Robinson