The Framley Tram was a regular sight on the streets of Framley
from the late Victorian era right up until it was dismantled some
time afterwards. It was the last fluff-powered tram in service
in Great Britain, and the only one with a licence to run between
Framley and Clinton and over pedestrians.
The picture above shows passengers during the Great Strike of
1926 using the tram to not get to work. The gentleman on the right
is forcing the tram to stop in the normal way by grabbing it as
it passes and holding it very tightly.