Daily Archives: Friday 3 July 2020

Is a change on the way for public transport in Edinburgh?

As Edinburgh seeks to achieve its ambitious carbon neutral goals by 2030, a new set of proposals for changing the way public transport is operated in the city have just been announced and will be discussed at a forthcoming meeting … Continue reading

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In Preview: Seaton Tramway reopens

Its been over three months since a heritage tram last ran in passenger service but that period of closure will be ended on Saturday 4th July when the Seaton Tramway becomes the first line to reopen. But with Covid-19 restrictions … Continue reading

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Whatever Happened To? Blackpool Balloon 717

The latest subject in this series that is looking at those trams which ran over the last weekend of traditional tram operation in Blackpool is Balloon 717.

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Picture in Time: Bradford 104

Well before Blackpool started heritage tram operation there was a short length of track in Bradford used for special outings by surviving Bradford tramcar 104 and in this edition of “Picture in Time” we are heading back over 60 years … Continue reading

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