Daily Archives: Tuesday 28 August 2012

Four wheels on my horse tram

Another hugely significant milestone in the restoration of Leeds 107, the last surviving horse tramcar from the Yorkshire city, occured on Wednesday 22nd August, when the body and truck of the tram were finally united. This followed on from the … Continue reading

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Russell Road reopens in Edinburgh

Another milestone has been reached in the construction of Edinburgh Trams with Russell Road reopening after 11 months following the completion of the installation of a new  bridge. Russell Road was closed in September 2011 and was finally reopened to … Continue reading

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Trams damaged by football “fans” in Sheffield

Two Stagecoach Supertram vehicles suffered damage at the weekend after they were attacked by Millwall football “fans” who had been in the City to watch their team play Sheffield Wednesday. 115 and 117 were the two trams which suffered damage … Continue reading

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Manchester Metrolink Engineering Works: Sunday 9th September 2012

There will be further engineering works on Manchester Metrolink all day on Sunday 9th September affecting the South Manchester line between Trafford Bar and St Werburgh’s Road. No trams will run throughout the day with a replacement bus running instead.

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