All aboard the ride of terror

PUBLISHED: 11:25 24 October 2012

Seaton Tramway drivers Noel Allan and Roger Lewis dressed the part for their spooktacular Tram of Terror this week, the popular attraction is running the special trams over the Hallowe'en period. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref mhv 9226-42-12SH To order your copy of this photograph visit www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24

Seaton Tramway drivers Noel Allan and Roger Lewis dressed the part for their spooktacular Tram of Terror this week, the popular attraction is running the special trams over the Hallowe'en period. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref mhv 9226-42-12SH To order your copy of this photograph visit www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24

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Spooky Seaton tram trips could send nervous passengers off the rails

A TRAM of terror has been screaming along the tracks at Seaton - manned by a skeleton staff.

Drivers in scary costumes are offering youngsters a hair-raising ride to Colyton and back, enjoying some fearsome fun and ghoulish games along the way.

The Hallowe’en special, organised by Seaton Electric Tramway, will be running throughout half term, departing from Seaton each day at 10.30am, noon, 1.30pm and 3pm.

There will be spooky entertainment each day with Cosmo the Clown and his Vampire Act 11am – 4pm, except Sunday, October 28, when there will be face painting, together with horrible Hallowe,en games. Also included are ‘revolting’ refreshments at Colyton, and a “Baddie Bag” for the bravest of children who take up this challenge. Booking is essential and inclusive tickets are £9.95 for adults, £7.95 for three to16 year olds and £4.95 for under threes.

You can book online or call 01297 20375.


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