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This week on British Trams Online

A few more Photo Galleries for you this week as we concentrate on three modern tramway and light rail systems.

The first collection features photos from Nottingham Express Transit with images coming from various locations on the network and, as always, includes both the older and newer trams in service.

We then have a small collection from the Docklands Light Railway and complete our additions this week with photos from Midland Metro between December 2016 and April 2017.

Thanks to everyone who has sent recent contributions in - without you we wouldn't be able to cover as much tramway and light rail action across the British Isles!

Enjoy the update.

Gareth - 23rd April 2017

Picture of the Week: Seaton 15 & 19

The newest addition to the fleet at Seaton is 15, a fully enclosed saloon tram rebuilt from 17 during 2016. Painted in a Blue and White livery the tram has become a useful and versatile member of the operating fleet since debuting in December 2016 and is seen here outside Riverside Depot on 14th April 2017. Alongside is 19 - rebuilt from an Exeter tram of the same number - whilst in the background can be seen 12.
Photograph by Keith Chadbourne

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