20 happy pictures of people having fun at Crich Tramway Museum - who can you spot?

Over the years hundreds of thousands of you have stepped back in time to ride the trams of yesteryear at Crich and we have some great pictures from the 00s of you having a good time.

Tuesday, 17th November 2020, 1:24 pm
Updated Tuesday, 17th November 2020, 1:25 pm
Who can you spot having fun at Crich Museum on the edge of the Peak District?
Who can you spot having fun at Crich Museum on the edge of the Peak District?

See who you can spot dressing up for war weekends, or 1950s themed events at the museum on the edge of the Peak District.

Want more Peak District retro? Forgotten pictures of the Peak District

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The Tardis Police box from Doctor pictured at Crich in 2003

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Crich Tramway Village was the 2005 Winner BBC East Midlands Today 'Best Day Out' 2005.

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Crich Tramway Village, Derbyshire's award winning tourist attraction, became dog friendly in 2005
Matthew Dallow three, of Harpenden glues the final piece of his mini tram with father Ian at the children's workshop at Crich Tramway Museum in 2006
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
Crich tramway Museum prepared for its World war themed event back in 2006
Rosie, Sharna, lisa and Karl Bradley at Crich Tramway Museum which launched its 1950's weekend in 2006
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
Terry Giles, Andy Porter from Central Networks with Mike Gilks from Crich Tramway Village and Clive Starr also from Central Networks pictured in 2006
Volunteer John Thurston measured up a rubbing strake for the side of a tram under the watchful eye of Rolling Stock Engineer Peter Bird at Crich Tramway Museum back in 2007
Crich Tramway Village, 1040's day with Transport enthusiasts in 2007
Crich Tramway 1940's weekend - pictured Rebecca Cross, nine, and Jack Cross, seven from Matlock enjoying a day out in 2007
Crich Tramway 1940's weekend - pictured Sue Oliver and Horse Craigluscar Roddy, 13 pictured in 2007
Peter Bird, Crich Tramway Village's rolling stock engineer worked to restore one of the museum's historic vehicles in 2007
Ashley Booth,11, of Barnsley and his father Paul attend to their simulation of a 70's fairground moving on at the Models Exhibition, Crich Tramway Museum in 2007
Jonathan Brown teaches pupils from Loscoe School, Heanor some popular songs to keep spirits up in the Anderson Shelter at the Evacuee Experience, Crich Tramway Museum back in 2007
Pupils from Bramcote Church of England School, Nottingham met Claire Etheridge, the farmer's wife, as they enjoy edthe Evacuee Experience at Crich Tramway Museum in 2007
Jeff Priestley of Bradford with his 4 millimetre model of a fairground at the Models Exhibition, Crich Tramway Museum in 2007
Chernobyl kids visited Crich tramway museum. driver John Carmack with chernobyl kids Aksana konysheva 10, Vlad Ihnatseu, 12, and Valia Arlouskaya
Chris Bristow meeting Andrew Frost working a sculpture at Crich tramway museum in September 2007