Around the World in Trams: Innsbruck 352

Another photo from Innsbruck today.

As with the last edition of “Around the World in Trams” in the below photo we are looking at one of the low floor trams which now operate services on the three routes of the tramway. Built by Bombardier in 2008, 352 is a Flexity Outlook tram which has been running in Austria since the June of the year of its construction. It is seen here on 27th June 2015 calling at a pretty impressive tramstop!

Photograph by Derek Horton


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1 Response to Around the World in Trams: Innsbruck 352

  1. Geoff IoM says:

    The clue to the impressiveness of the tram-stop lies in the route indication letters ‘STB’, standing for Stubaitalbahn (‘Stubai Valley Railway’), an 18.2 km interurban line that runs from Innsbruck to Fulpmes. The line uses urban tracks as far as Stubaitalstation and segregated, mostly single-track line thereafter. Derek’s photo may have been taken at Fulpmes, although the name-boards are unfortunately obscured.

    Two stations on the interurban section bear the wonderful names ‘Mutters’ and ‘Natters’!

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