Snow costs Crich Tramway Village and museum £30,000

The late opening of a tram museum in Derbyshire due to the snow has cost it about £30,000, the museum has said.

Crich Tramway Village and National Tramway Museum was set to open in the February half-term holidays.

But the snow and ice made it impossible for safety maintenance and track inspections to be carried out.

Laura Greave, from the museum, said it had a bad year in 2011 and hoped the loss of a week’s worth of visitors would not have a knock-on effect.

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