Since the London County Council Tramways Trust was formed, it has successfully financed the restoration of three London Trams to form part of the operating collection of the National Tramway Museum at Crich Tramway Village in Derbyshire.
London County Council 'B' class open top tram No.106, built in 1903,
London Transport 'E/1' class tram No.1622, built in 1912 and restored to late 1930's 'rehabilitated' condition
London United Tramways Type 'W' tram No.159, a double deck open top double bogie tramcar originally built in 1901.
Fund raising has now begun for a proposed future restoration of LCC No.1, which is currently on display at Crich in as withdrawn condition.
Other restoration projects in the future may include an LCC Trailer, T86 and a London horse drawn tramcar.
Trams 1, 106, 159 and 1622 can be viewed at Crich, as well as another London tram Metropolitan Electric Tramways 331.