We are now in rural Australia so updates will be sporadic.
The first three pics are Adelaide 118 which is magnificently restored.
The second two show the outer terminus of the 2km running line which is near to a children's playground.
The final picture is Adelaide 282.
The museum is only open on Sunday afternoons with a tram every 30 mins from 12:20 until 4:20. On our visit four trams were operated in succession with only one crew.
Both the driver and conductor had visited Crich several years ago. The location could not be much more different: a cold damp Derbyshire hilltop and a hot salt lake by the sea.