Glenanne and Loughgilly Tramway

Owner George Gray and Sons (owners of the linen mills which the tramway served)
Opened 1897 (horse)
Operator George Gray and Sons
Closed c1918
Length c2.5 miles
Gauge 1ft 10in

Button description Uniforms not worn

Comments The line was first and foremost intended to carry goods between Loughgilly station (on the Great Northern Railway of Ireland) and the linen mills at Glenanne, but qualifies as a tramway - albeit a semi-private one - because it carried fee-paying passengers in a single open-sided passenger vehicle, the vast majority of whom were presumably locals and therefore probably also employees. The single surviving photograph (see link) suggests that bar a kepi-style cap, the driver did not wear a uniform.