In certain sections, tram tracks are enclosed by double white lines which means they are designed to be exclusively used by trams. However quite often you can still see bicycles running on tram t... (more)
In 2009, Blackpool Tramway sold off a number of its old trams. Most went to museums. These two are amongst them. 623 is a 1937 single deck car built by Brush and 702 is a Double Deck "Balloon" car... (more)
In the absence of air-conditioning, tram passengers may suffer from the polluted and heated air especially those generated by public buses. Nevertheless, riding on a double-deck tram is still one... (more)
Tram No 4 climbs Ty Gwyn Road whilst en route from Victoria Station to Halfway Station.
Beamish Museum is holding a four day Power from the Past event over this weekend. In the town's main street a tram waits whilst a steam traction engine slowly trundles past. All day long different... (more)
On a busy night in Hong Kong
At the National Tramway Museum at crich, in Derbyshire, the driver of Sheffield Tram no 74 slows while the conductor changes the tracks to enable two trams to pass each other.
The tram restoration workshop at the National Tramway Museum in Crich, Derbyshire. On the right can be seen Blackpool No 167. This was built in 1928 by English Electric in Preston at a cost cost... (more)
A scene at the National Tramway Museum in Crich, Dervyshire. Southampton Tramways no. 45 arrives at the terminus. This tram, built in 1905 was originally built with an open top. Later, it had a ... (more)
A scene at the National Tramway Museum in Crich, Dervyshire. The driver is seen with his hands on the power controller and the brake on Sheffield Corporation Tramways no. 74. When Sheffield had ... (more)
Metre gauge tram 401, built in 1935, heads for Villa Opicina. It has climbed the incline from Trieste with a special cable tractor loco. Note bicycles are carried on the front of the car.
running towards New Addington on Route 3.