|Last Updated Sunday 19 May 2013|
|Nottingham Express Transit|
Built: 2002-3 by Bombardier, Derby |
Seats: 62 (Total capacity of tram is 190)
Max Speed: 50 mph off-street
Power Conductor: Single Arm Pantograph
|201||Advert for Nottingham Contemporary||Torvill and Dean|
|202||Dark Green, Silver & White (Centre ad for Pentagon Nottingham Car Dealership/Active for Life)||D H Lawrence|
|203||Dark Green, Silver & White||William "Bendigo" Thompson|
|204||Advert for Glide into Nottingham||Erica Beardsmore|
|205||Silver, Dark Green & Black||Lord Byron|
|206||Dark Green, Silver & White (Centre ad for TK Maxx/Flaming Dragon Restaurant)||Angela Alcock|
|207||Dark Green, Silver & White (Centre ad for Cavendish Lettings/NHS Nottingham Dental Services)||Mavis Worthington|
|208||Advert for EON||Dinah Minton|
|209||Dark Green, Silver & White (Centre ad for Stepping Stones Nursery - 1 side only)||Sydney Standard|
|210||Dark Green, Silver & White (Centre ad for South Nottingham College/Hills Painters & Decorators)||Sir Jesse Boot|
|211||Armed Forces Day||Robin Hood|
|212||Dark Green, Silver & White (Centre ad for Fitness 4 less - 1 side only)||William Booth|
|213||Dark Green, Silver & White||Mary Potter|
|214||Silver, Dark Green & Black||Dennis McCarthy MBE|
|215||Silver, Dark Green & Black||Brian Clough|
205 returned to service on 2 May 2013 following refurbishment work.
211 is carrying a special vinyl wrap livery for the Armed Forces Day celebrations being held in Nottingham on 29th June 2013. It will carry this livery until at least this date.
213 has been withdrawn to undergo the refurbishment work.
214 returned to service on 22nd March 2013 following refurbishment work.
215 became the first of the trams to undergo a refurbishment returning to service on 8th March 2013. As well as a new livery style the work included new LED lights, the installation of new seats and a thorough deep clean.
These trams were named in special cermonies from 1 July 2004 with 5 having been named after local unsung heroes, 5 after historical figures from the county with the remainder after living Nottinghamshire legends.
The centre ads mentioned above are on the centre articulation unit and are full length and height of this section.
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