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Wolverhampton trolleybus system A trolleybus in Bilston Street, Wolverhampton Operation Locale Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England Open 1923 (1923) Close 1967 (1967) Status Closed Routes 14 The Wolverhampton trolleybus system served the city of Wolverhampton, then in Staffordshire, England (and now in West Midlands, England), for much of the twentieth century. Opened on 29 October 1923 (1923-10-29),[1] the system was one of the most extensive trolleybus systems in the United Kingdom, with a total of 14 routes, a maximum fleet of 173 trolleybuses.[2] For a brief period in the 1930s, it even had the distinction of being the world's largest trolleybus system.[3] It was closed on 5 March 1967 (1967-03-05).[2][1] See also Transport portal England portal Transport in Wolverhampton Black Country Living Museum List of trolleybus systems in the United Kingdom References ^ a b Joyce, J.; King, J. S.; and Newman, A. G. (1986). British Trolleybus Systems, pp. 151–156, 159. London: Ian Allan Publishing. ISBN 0-7110-1647-X. ^ a b Short, Peter. "Former UK systems". British Trolleybus Society. http://www.britishtrolley.org.uk/former-uk-systems. Retrieved 13 March 2011.  ^ Graham Sidwell (2006). Wolverhampton Trolleybuses 1961–67. Middleton Press. ISBN 978-1-904474-85-2.  External links Media related to Trolleybuses in Wolverhampton at Wikimedia Commons Black Country Living Museum - owner of two preserved Wolverhampton trolleybuses v · d · eHistoric trolleybus systems in the United Kingdom England Ashton-under-Lyne · Birmingham · Bournemouth · Bradford · Brighton · Chesterfield · Cleethorpes · Darlington · Derby · Doncaster · Grimsby · Halifax · Hartlepool · Hastings · Huddersfield · Ipswich · Keighley · Kingston upon Hull · Leeds · London · Maidstone · Manchester · Mexborough and Swinton · Newcastle upon Tyne · Nottingham · Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire · Oldham · Portsmouth · Ramsbottom · Reading · Rotherham · St Helens · Southend-on-Sea · South Lancashire · South Shields · Stockport · Teesside  · Walsall · Wigan · Wolverhampton · York Wales Aberdare · Cardiff · Llanelli · Pontypridd · Rhondda Scotland Dundee · Glasgow Northern Ireland Belfast Museums Black Country Living Museum · East Anglia Transport Museum · London Transport Museum · North West Museum of Road Transport · The Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft This bus-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This England-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e