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Our offerings this week for you include more photos added to our Photo Galleries.

First up we have added a few more images to last week's gallery featuring photos from the Horse Tram running at Crich. Another seven images are now available including some from the first days operation and also a few from the second Horse Tram Day on 19th May.

Our main addition this week is a collection of images from the May Day Bank Holiday Weekend in Blackpool. Images in this collection include many of Balloon 715 which, of course, returned to service over this weekend in the 1990s Green and Cream livery.

And for those of you who like your live updates of tram events keep an eye on Facebook where we will be provinding updates on Monday 25th May.

Gareth - 24th May 2015



Picture of the Week: Luas 3012

Our cover star this week comes for the very first time from the Luas system in Dublin. This is 3012 which is running along Beresford Place with a service from Saggart to Connolly. The tram has just run under the railway bridge which connects the former GNR station at Connolly with the old D&SER line to Dun Laoghaire. The date is 25th March 2015.
Photograph by Tony Sullivan

















Upcoming Events Until Sunday 31st May: Beside the Seaside - Crich Tramway Village
Monday 25th May: Heritage Tram Tours: Gold Timetable - Blackpool Tramway
Monday 25th May: Driver's Eye Experience - Seaton Tramway
Wednesday 27th May: Tramathon - Seaton Tramway

Further details can be found on the Events Diary.


This page was last updated on Sunday 24th May 2015

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