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Just a small update for you this week with a couple of small Photo Galleries added to the site.

First up we head to Birkenhead where we take a look at a standard operating day on the banks of the Mersey with Birkenhead 20 in service.

Then we are down to Croydon for a small selection of images from a wet day on the London Tramlink system.

On the news front this week it has been dominated by the good news coming from the West Midlands where government approval has been given to extending Midland Metro through Wolverhampton City Centre whilst in Blackpool the Council executive have approved plans for the North Station extension ahead of it going to the full Council and then the Department for Transport.

Enjoy this week's update and we hope to see again next week where we will have more photos for you to enjoy.

Gareth - 26th June 2016



Picture of the Week: Manchester Metrolink 3007

Manchester Metrolink M5000 3007 is one of two trams currently running in a vinyl wrap livery for Cadbury's Crunchie. This view shows the tram making the call at Shudehill on 21st May showing off the full view of the, in some eyes, controversial contravision based advert.
Photograph by Paul Gilbert

















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