Daily Archives: Monday 24 March 2014

Up close and personal with… Blackpool ‘Boat’ 606

Today on British Trams Online, we have some fantastic photos of a tram which very rarely gets a mention on this website – Blackpool ‘Boat’ 606. For those not already aware of 606‘s story, the tram was shipped to the … Continue reading

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Seaton ready to re-open full route

Just six weeks after a devastating storm on Valentines night washed away half a mile of track on the Seaton Tramway alongside the River Axe the tramway have announced that they are ready to resume a full service again – … Continue reading

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Original NET livery completely eradicated

The original dark green, black and silver livery on Nottingham Express Transit has now been completely eradicated following the outshopping of 201 – which retained the livery on the ends as part of an all over advert for Nottingham Contemporary … Continue reading

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Delays on NET after heavy frost

No trams were able to run on Nottingham Express Transit until 0800 on Monday 24th March after a heavy frost caused problems. In a scenario which echoes previous problems on Manchester Metrolink the heavy frost meant that trams could not … Continue reading

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New tickets to be launched for young people on Supertram

From Sunday 30th March 2014 a new range of tickets for children and young people will be launched which will be valid for travel on Stagecoach Supertram. There will be some Stagecoach specific commercial day and week tickets alongside a … Continue reading

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