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In 1929, Union Construction Company (U.C.C), based at Feltham in Middlesex were asked to construct their first tram - the very successful classic tramcar - the 'Feltham'. A total of 100 cars were built, 54 for M.E.T. and 46 for L.U.T and went into service in 1931. In 1933 they were taken over and renumbered by the London Passenger Transport Board who susequently between 1949 and 1951 sold 92 of them to Leeds. the third prototype 'Cissie' was sold by the L.P.T.B. to Sunderland in 1937. Two of these magnificent tram cars are in preservation and can be seen at the London Transport Museum, Covent Garden (MET car 355) and at the National Tramway Museum at Crich, Derbyshire (Cissie).