The Blackpool Ghost Tram(Stephen Mercer)

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Well I am absolutely speechless after experiencing what can be best described as the best 1.5hrs on a Blackpool Tram in my entire life..!




Stephen Mercer is a very talented person and I left this event thinking is there anymore things that he can do..?

Already a very well respected author , historian, Stephen takes his creativity to a whole new and exciting level..!

I am fortunate to be invited to lots of things in and around Blackpool and London, but an event featuring Stephen Mercer is something that is going to be really good..

We take our seats on an old Victorian Tram the number 66, it is closed to the general public and you are taken from the Heritage Tram stop close to the North Pier in Blackpool all the way to Fleetwood and back.



During this journey the intrepid passengers are taken on a journey into the unknown, with stories of the macabre and historical from Stephen..

It is open to all ages so Families are welcome, indeed I observed some youngsters absolutely gripped by Stephens story telling, he really is one of the best in the business..





I wont be reciting any of them as I dont want to ruin the fun..




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Thank you Stephen for an amazing experience, until next time..



Summer Season & Illuminations: Fridays 20 & 27 July; 3, 10 & 17 August; 7, 14, 21 & 28 September; 5, 19 & 26 October at 7.30pm

Halloween Special: Wednesday 31 October at 5.30pm & 7.30pm

Ticket Prices:

Adults £9.50, Under 16s £4 and Family of 4 £21 (2 adults, 2 U16s)

Book Your Tickets:

Tickets must be pre-booked by calling 01253 209521 or email your contact details to and they will call you back or pop into the Tourist Information Centre on The Promenade to get yours in person. You can also purchase online

Don’t forget on other evenings during the holiday periods you can join The Victorian Ghost Hunter on a Blackpool Ghost Walk… if you dare! More details HERE.

Copyright Peter Mowbray Live In Blackpool Ltd and Mr Stephen Mercer

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