The Bendigo Tramways Heritage Rail Workshop is located at the Bendigo Tramways Depot, which is the oldest operating Tram Depot in Australia.
We have all of the necessary resources to undertake tram projects in their entirety, from providing the smallest components to a complete tram restoration.
Our workshop staff are passionate about tram restoration and preservation and this is evident in the quality of our work.
Whether restoring trams for Bendigo's own service fleet or for other tramway operators, museums and collectors, our commitment and attention to detail is second to none.
In addition to complete restoration of trams, we also undertake component restoration and can customise components to your requirements.
We have global reach, working with organisations around the world in Australasia, Europe and America. We have supplied parts small and large to operators and museums across New Zealand, Canada, the United States, and even Denmark.
- We launched Tram No. 7, a 102-year-old-tram, into service as a Vintage Talking Tram thanks to a crowdfunding campaign which raised over $35,000 towards its restoration. Full details about Tram No.7s restoration here.
- We repurposed Tram No. 33 into a pop-up bar for Chandon Australia. The tram was featured at Chandon S Chic Easy events nationally throughout Spring 2017. Full details about the Chandon Australia Pop-Up Bar restoration here.
Bendigo Tram Heritage Rail Workshop – Leaders in the restoration and refurbishment of trams and their components.
To discuss your next tram restoration project, please contact Luke Jenkins on (03) 5442 2821.