tram models have been produced over the years, to differing scales. WJB
produced around ten models in the 80's and 90's to a scale of
approximately 1:90, most carrying advertising of some sort. A
further three models were issued by Sun Hing Toys which use the same
casting. In 2012 Tramric Product and Design issued four new models,
again using the WJB casting. Sunny Max issued three trams, to a similar
scale around 2000.
Peak Horse were the first to release trams at a
scale of 1:76 in 1998 and approximately twenty were issued, in various
liveries. The company disappeared in 2002 and it wasn't until 2010 that
a new model was issued by 80M Bus Model Shop (80M) using the same Peak
Horse casting. After only three releases, 80M commissioned a much
improved casting in late 2010. In early 2011, Bachmann
China issued five new tram models, again to a scale of 1:76, and these
feature a plastic body with a diecast bogie with one axle being
motorised together with a working LED headlight. In August 2014 80M issued a model of the 'new generation' tram.