Gosport Street Tramways
Photographs of the Gosport horse trams are relatively scarce, but those that have survived indicate that staff wore informal but smart attire, consisting of a jacket, overcoat, shirt, tie and the fashionable headgear of the day, either the bowler hat, or in later years, the flat cap. No insignia of any kind appears to have been worn, including municipal licences.
Conductor and driver (presumably) pose with an unidentified horsecar - photo undated, but possibly taken towards the turn of the century given the flat cap. Photo courtesy of the Tramways and Light Railway Society, with particular thanks to David Voice.
Driver and conductor (and another individual) pose with an unidentified two-horse car - photo undated. All present appear to be wearing smart, but informal attire. Photo courtesy of the Tramways and Light Railway Society, with particular thanks to David Voice.