Edinburgh Tram 276 is the latest tram to receive an advert livery. It has received an advert for the Royal Highland Show, which takes place in June, replacing the previous advert for Edinburgh's Christmas and Hogmanay, which the tram carried until recently (although the tram did have a spell out of service from January until recently).
The advert is different on both sides of the tram, with one side featuring a green base and advertising the Royal Highland Educational Trust, whilst the other side features Emily the sheep, who was the Blackface Sheep Champion 2017, and advertises Children under 15 traveling for free to the Royal Highland Show when accompanied by and adult.
The 18th and final CR Smith Advert has also recently been unveiled and is carried by tram 251 and this one features on it's advert section 'From Cumbernauld to St Fillans' with the Arria mermaid statue found next to the M80 at Cumbernauld and the Mirror man statue found in Loch Earn at St Fillans. This advert replaces the Tramspotting advert that had been carried since January 2017.
Trams seen in service on 4.5.18: 257, 254, 270, 259, 263, 266, 256, 276, 269, 251, 253, 261, 271
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