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We head to Stagecoach Supertram and Midland Metro for our photographic offerings for you this week with images coming from both systems during September. The photos from Sheffield were mainly taken on the Blue route whilst the Midland Metro photos are taken at various locations on the line between Birmingham Snow Hill and Wolverhampton St George's - before the closure of the section from St Paul's.

Also this week we have launched the British Trams Online Tram of the Year 2015 contest with nominations now open for the next week. This year we are looking to name "Tramcar of the Year", "Event of the Year" and "Tramway of the Year" with a maximum of five nominees in each of the categories. If you want to know more about what we are looking for in your nominations please visit this article which gives further details. Nominations can either be left as a comment on that article, by emailing or by commenting on Facebook. Nominations are open until Saturday 28th November after which voting will take place until January 2016.

Enjoy this week's update. More to come over the coming weeks!

Gareth - 22nd November 2015

Picture of the Week: Midland Metro 35

For the second week in a row our cover photo features the Midland Metro Birmingham City Centre extension and the Bull Street stop as we show 35 shortly after it was named Angus Adams by Her Majesty the Queen on 19th November.
Photograph by Andy Walters

Upcoming Events During December Santa Specials will run in Birkenhead, Blackpool, Douglas, East Anglia Transport Museum and Seaton - for full details of these visit the Events Diary.

This page was last updated on Sunday 22nd November 2015

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