Daily Archives: Friday 17 January 2014

A new home for Blackpool Brush Railcoach 634

Tram enthusiast Andy Ashton and the North Eastern Electrical Traction Trust are pleased to announce that Blackpool Brush car 634 will be joining the superb collection of trams that is being gathered at the site of the North East Land Sea and … Continue reading

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Changes afoot for Douglas Horse Tramway?

A planning application for phase two of the Douglas Promenade reconstruction project has been submitted which if improved will see changes for the Horse Tramway this year ahead of more substantial changes if the proposed phase three is approved at … Continue reading

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Final phase of NET Phase Two works to start in Clifton

The final sections of construction work to extend Nottingham Express Transit to Clifton via Wilford are expected to start on Sunday 2nd February. The works will start on Southchurch Drive and Farnborough Road and are expected to take six months … Continue reading

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London Tramlink Engineering Works: Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th January 2014

London Tramlink services on the New Addington line will terminate at King Henry’s Drive from 2200 on both Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th January to allow the completion of track replacement and improvement work. No replacement bus services will be … Continue reading

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Cyclists to be allowed on board Docklands Light Railway off-peak

After a successful trial it has been announced that non folding bicycles will be allowed on off-peak Docklands Light Railway services on a permanent basis. The trial started in July 2013 and saw more than 5,000 cyclists travelling on the … Continue reading

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Blackpool 167 is bound for Beamish!

An exciting announcement has been released confirming that Blackpool ‘Pantograph’ car 167 is set to visit Beamish Museum. The popular single-deck tramcar, which is owned and operated by the Tramway Museum Society and based at Crich, is set for an … Continue reading

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