Out and About: Edinburgh Trams – a dreich winter’s day

Grey skies and photography don’t always go together but there are times when that is what you get and it still allows you to record normal operation on a UK tramway. Its Edinburgh where we visit for this “Out and About”.

The one thing with advert liveries is that sometimes it doesn’t matter how dull the weather is above but they still bring a little bit of brightness to proceedings. The advert for Capital Radio on 262 is one such ad as we see in this photo taken at McDonald Road with a service to the Airport.

Then we take a look a tram in the more standard fleet livery – although in Edinburgh that still means it features adverts on top of that. 277 at the time of this photo was carryings ads for the Port of Leith Distillery. We see it here passing Gayfield Square between the stops at McDonald Road and Picardy Place. (Both Photographs by Roy Calderwood, 4th February 2024)

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