Daily Archives: Monday 6 September 2021

New adverts still keep coming on Metrolink

One of the surest signs of a return to some sort of normality is the number of new adverts we have seen on Manchester Metrolink in recent months – although the latest design is for a company who have probably … Continue reading

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Another north-eastern company appointed by Stadler in construction of new Tyne and Wear Metro trains

Since the time that Stadler were announced as the winning bidder for the new fleet of trains for the Tyne and Wear Metro instead of Hitachi who had a factory in the north-east they have been keen to show how … Continue reading

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Whatever Happened To? Crich Tramathon 2005 – Halle 902

Of all the trams we have featured during this series of “Whatever Happened To?” the only tram which is not currently at Crich is Halle 902. And its Halle 902 we feature today.

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They’ve Run in 2021!

This is our early September update to keep tabs on which trams have run on heritage tramways across the British Isles so far during 2021. There hasn’t been a huge amount of movement in the past month although Beamish has … Continue reading

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