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  • Copyright Information - www.simplonpc.co.uk
    distribution re transmission or re purposing of any material on this website All images and devices that appear on this site are not to be stored altered or reproduced either electronically or by hard copy without the express permission of the copyright owner Any unauthorised copyright infringements will be actively contested Simplon Postcards does not share identifiable information with any third party Whilst every effort made to ensure accuracy Simplon Postcards accepts no responsibility for errors or omissions All trademarks herein are the property of their respective owners Simplon Postcards has no connection with any shipping companies Non commercial websites may use many of the images for private use but permission must be sought prior to copying and the origin acknowledged accordingly Images copyrighted to photographers other than Ian Boyle may not be used without the permission of the accredited copyright holder Higher resolution copies can be supplied for some of the images on the website at a charge of 25 50 28 each Please contact Ian Boyle for details The use of material submitted by others is used in good faith if you believe copyrighted material has been used inadvertently please contact Ian Boyle This work is licensed under

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  • Cross Channel and Car Ferry Postcards
    Mediterranean ferries from France to Corsica and Africa Furness Railway Barrow Fleetwood service with paddlesteamers GA Ferries Greek Ferry Company General Steam Navigation Thames Excursion Steamers Goole Shipping Company UK East Coast Railway Steamers Gosport Ferries Portsmouth Harbour Ferries GT Link Europa Linien Denmark Germany ferry service GT Ruten see Moltzau Line Denmark Germany ferry service Gotland Postcards and photos of Rederi AB Gotland Gotlandslinjen Page devoted to postcards of Gotlandslinjen Great Central Railway UK East Coast railway ferries from the Humber Great Eastern Railway UK East Coast railway ferries from Harwich Grenå Hundested Line Danish domestic Kattegat ferry services including Juelsminde Kalundborg Line and Jydsk Færgefart Happy Lines Italy Corsica ferry service Hayling Island Ferries HD Ferries Hellas Ferries Greek ferry company Hellenic Mediterranean Lines Greek ferry company Hoverlloyd Ramsgate Calais hovercraft services Hoverspeed Amalgamation of Hoverlloyd and Seaspeed Hovertravel Southsea Ryde hovercraft services Hurtigruten Norwegisn Coastal Express services Hythe Ferries Southampton Hythe ferries Interislander Cooke Strait ferries in NewZealand Invicta Line Southend Medway ferry service Irish Ferries The 2001 Fleet in official postcards Isle of Man SP Co A series of pages on the Isle of Man Steam Packet Isle of Sark Isles of Scilly SS Isle of Wight Jadrolinija Jahre Line Jakob Lines Jersey Lines Juelsminde Kalundborg Line see Grenå Hundested Line Jydsk Færgefart see Grenå Hundested Line Lampogas Photographs of the small ferry Lampomare Uno better known to many as the Caledonian MacBrayne ferry Coruisk Lancashire Yorkshire Railway Page 1 West Coast Services Lancashire Yorkshire Railway Page 2 East Coast Services Larvik Line Denmark Norway ferry service LD Lines Portsmouth Le Havre Lineas Fred Olsen The Spanish subsidiary of Fred Olsen which operates Canary Islands services Linjebuss Helsingor Helsingborg ferry service part of Scandinavian Ferry Lines Lion Ferry Halmstad based swedish ferry company Lisbon Ferries Photos and postcards of Lisbon Liverpool North Wales SS Co A series of pages on the Liverpool North Wales SS Co London Brighton South Coast Railway Newhaven Dieppe services London Midland Scottish Railway Heysham Belfast services London South Western Railway Southampton France services Lynn Ferry Lynn Ferry between Kings Lynn and West Lynn across the Great Ouse in Norfolk MacBrayne David Scottish Ferry Company Mann Lines UK Finland ro ro Operator Marlines Greek Ferry Company Midland Railway Heyham Belfast Heysham Douglas Services Minoan Lines Greek Ferry Company Moby Lines NAVARMA Lines Italian Ferry Company Moltzau Line GT Ruten Denmark Germany ferry service Naviera Mar de Ons Spanish ferries in Vigo and surrounding areas NEL Lines Greek Ferry Company New Medway SP Co Queen Line New Palace Steamers Thames Excursion Company New Zealand Railways Cooke Strait ferries in NewZealand Nomikos Lines Norfok Line Normandy Ferries P O ferry services on the South Coast Norse Merchant North of Scotland Orkney Shetland Links to the Fleet in 1967 Northlink The Caledonian MacBrayne owned company which will operate Orkney Shetland services from 2002 North Sea Ferries New page on North Sea Ferries Norwest Hovercraft Fleetwood based services Olau Line Pages devoted to postcards of Olau

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  • Excursion Ships & Ports - Photographs & Postcards - UK & Ireland
    service Woolwich Ferry Thames ferry service Sussex East West Sussex Excursion Vessels Sussex Piers Allchorn Pleasure Boats Eastbourne Beachy Head Services Arundel Boatyard Excursions from Arundel Bodiam Ferry Company Newenden Bridge Bodiam Castle service on Danny Lee Bognor Pier Brighton Piers British Railways Sealink Page 6 Newhaven Services Chichester Chichester Canal harbour cruises Chichester Harbour Water Tours Chichester Harbour cruises from Itchenor Eastbourne Pier Itchenor Ferry Chichester Harbour ferry Kingfisher Cruises Littlehampton Arundel service on the River Arun Littlehampton Littlehampton port piers floating bridge and excursion boats on the River Arun London Brighton South Coast Railway LBSC Newhaven Dieppe Services Southern Railway Page 2 Newhaven Services Transmanche Ferries Newhaven Dieppe Services Worthing Pier Hampshire Isle of Wight Hampshire Piers Isle of Wight Piers Blue Boats Portsmouth Harbour Trips Waterbus Blue Funnel Cruises Solent Area cruises Bolson Bournemouth IOW excursions British Railways Sealink Page 5 Weymouth Southampton Portsmouth Services Brittany Ferries Croson Bournemouth IOW excursions Dorset Belles Bournemouth IOW excursions Gosport Ferries Hamble Ferry Hamble Warsash ferry Hayling Ferry Portsmouth Hayling Island ferry Hovertravel Hurst Ferries Ferry cruises to Hurst Castle Isle of Wight Hythe Ferries Isle of Wight Page 1 LBSC LSWR Joint Services Isle of Wight Page 2 Southern Railway 1923 1947 Isle of Wight Page 3 British Railways passenger ferries 1948 1990 Isle of Wight Page 4 Car Ferries Isle of Wight Piers Isle of Wight 4th 11th July 2008 Photo Diary Jersey Lines Portsmouth Harbour P O Portsmouth Red Funnel Ferries Solent Wight Solent Area cruises Southampton IOW South Coast Southern Railway Page 3 Southampton Services SS Shieldhall Wight Line Cruises Solent Area cruises Wightlink Dorset Dorset Piers Brownsea Island Ferries Poole area cruises Blue Line Cruises Poole area cruises British Railways Sealink Page 5 Weymouth Southampton Portsmouth Services Bolson Bournemouth excursions Brittany Ferries Cosens Co Dorset Coast cruises Croson Bournemouth excursions Dorset Belles Bournemouth excursions Dorset Cruises Bournemouth excursions Fairmile Classic Cruises Western Lady III at Swanage 2007 2008 Great Western Railway Page 2 Weymouth Services Greenslade Poole area cruises Mudeford Ferry United Motor Boats vintage launch cruises from Christchurch on the River Stour Channel Islands British Channel Island Channel Island Ferries Commodore Shipping Condor Guernsey Jersey Lines Devon Devon Excursion Ships Devon Header Page South West Piers M D Barrow Exmouth K J Bridge Plymouth operator Bristol Channel Bristol Channel Header Page Brixham Belle Cruises Carol Peter Scott Dart Pleasure Craft Dartmouth Steam Railway and River Boat Company Dartmouth Higher Lower Ferry Devon Railway Ferries Tenders Devon Cruising Co Torquay based excursions in the 1950s Devon Dock Pier SS Co Devon Princess Cruises Devon Star Shipping Devon Steamship Company later Devon Dock Pier SS Co Exe to Sea Ferries J M Rackley operate Starcross ferry in 2007 Exmouth Great Western Ferry Co later Devon Dock Pier SS Co Exmouth Starcross Ferry Greenway Ferry Torquay Brixham and River Dart excursions The Greenway Dittisham Ferry Jersey Lines Millbrook SB Trading Co Plymouth Boat Cruises Riddalls Boats River Dart operator River Dart Dart Pleasure Craft River Dart Riddalls

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  • Tramway Photographs - Tramway Postcards
    2000 Tour Spa Valley Railway Stourbridge Junction Stourbridge Town Branch Sudbury Branch Yorkshire Dales Railway Embsay Bolton Abbey Steam Railway UK Miniature Narrow Gauge Railway Pages Miniature NG Railways Header Page 1 South East England Amberley Museum Railway Audley End Railway AER Bure Valley Railway BVR East Hayling Light Railway East Herts Min Railway Evesham Vale Light Railway EVLR Hayling Seaside Railway Leighton Buzzard Light Railway Littlehampton Miniature Railway LMR Lynton Barnstaple Railway RH DR Postcards RH DR Images Wells Walsingham Light Railway WWLR Foreign Miniature Narrow Gauge Railway Pages Achenseebahn Jenbach Seespitz Austria Aigle Sepey Diablerets Attergaubahn Vocklamarkt Attersee Austria Bilbao Metro Bilbao Euskotren CFC Corsica CP Provence GFM Switzerland Land Trains LEB Switzerland Majorca Railways Page 1 Palma Soller Railway Majorca Railways Page 2 Soller Tramway Majorca Railways Page 3 Other Railways NStCM Switzerland OBB Page 2 Schafberg Rack Railway Austria Petits Trains France TPF Switzerland Tramway du Cap Ferret Tramway Pages A Coruna Trams Attergaubahn Vocklamarkt Attersee Austria Antwerp De Lijn Barcelona Trambaix Barcelona Tibidabo Bilbao Trams Metro Trains Birmingham West Midlands Metro Blackpool Tram Overview Blackpool Light Rail 2012 Brussels STIB MIVB Budapest Trams Croydon Tramlink Dublin LUAS Geneva TPG Ghent De Lijn Gråkallbanen Trondheim Helsinki Trams HKL Hurst Castle Kusttram De Lijn Le Havre Tram Lisbon Carris Lisbon Metro Transportes do Sul London Croydon Tramlink Majorca Railways Page 2 Soller Tramway Málaga Vélez Torre del Mar Melbourne Trams Messina Trams Miami Metromover Milan Milano Trams Naples Trams Nice Trams Nottingham Oslo Metro and Tramway Riga Trams Rome Trams Trolleybuses Rostock Trams Rotterdam Trams Sheffield Supertram Tallinn Trams Trolleybuses Tenerife Trams Trondheim Trams West Midlands Metro Buses Standard Broad Gauge Railways UK Miniature Narrow Gauge Railways Foreign Miniature Narrow Gauge Railways Tramways Buses Land Trains etc Land Trains Header Page Bilbao Txu Txu Cannes Dotto trains

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  • Amsterdam Trams Page 1: Overview - www.simplonpc.co.uk
    7G also known as bolkoppen were built between 1957 and 1968 built by Beijnes in full Koninklijke Fabriek van Rijtuigen en Spoorwagens J J Beijnes Later deliveries were built by Siemens AG Werkspoor DÜWAG Ref Wikipedia 1G Trams The Amsterdam designed tram type had a streamlined car body of Beijnes with all modern technical equipment such as a pantograph four legs later replaced by a two leg with double contact strips powerful motors and a large line route display with the traditional line colour The first 1957 series of these gray white trams 551 575 started operating from Havenstraat depot on the lines 1 and 2 because they were not suitable for the narrow Leidsestraat Further trams 576 587 were in delivered 1959 To increase the capacity in the short term trams 552 587 were given centre sections built by DÜWAG in 1973 74 in Düsseldorf Beijnes and Werkspoor had both closed The trams were renumbered 851 875 876 887 2G Trams The Amsterdam designed tram type had a streamlined car body of Beijnes with all modern technical equipment such as a pantograph four legs later replaced by a two leg with double contact strips powerful motors and a large line route display with the traditional line colour The first series of these gray white trams 551 575 started from depot Havenstraat on the lines 1 and 2 because they were not suitable for the narrow Leidsestraat 1G 7G Tram Numbers 551 575 1G later 851 875 576 587 2G later 876 887 602 634 3G 635 652 4G 653 669 5G 670 699 6G 700 724 7G 1G Tram 861 originally 561 Beijnes 1G tram 861 on route 1 Photo 1976 Ian Boyle 1G Tram 870 originally 570 Beijnes 1G tram 870 on route 25 Photo 1976 Ian Boyle 3G Tram 604 Beijnes 3G tram 604 on route 25 Photo 1976 Ian Boyle 3G Tram 632 Beijnes 3G tram 632 on route 24 Photo 1976 Ian Boyle 5G Tram 663 Beijnes 5G tram 663 on route 9 Photo 1976 Ian Boyle 5G Tram 664 Beijnes 5G tram 664 on route 4 Photo 1976 Ian Boyle 6G Tram 671 Beijnes 6G tram 671 on route 2 Photo 1975 Ian Boyle Beijnes 6G tram 671 on route 2 Photo 1976 Ian Boyle 6G Tram 681 Beijnes 6G tram 681 on route 24 Photo 1989 Ian Boyle 6G Tram 685 Beijnes 6G tram 685 on route 2 Photo 1976 Ian Boyle Beijnes 6G tram 685 on route 16 Photo 1989 Ian Boyle 7G Tram 700 Beijnes 7G tram 700 on route 24 Photo 1976 Ian Boyle 7G Tram 712 Beijnes 7G tram 712 on route 16 Photo 1976 Ian Boyle 0 7G Tram 714 Beijnes 7G tram 714 on route 2 Photo 1976 Ian Boyle 0 7G Tram 715 Beijnes 7G tram 714 on route 2 Photo 1976 Ian Boyle 0 7G Tram 718 Beijnes 7G tram 718 on route 2 Photo 1976 Ian Boyle Linke Hoffman Busch Cars 8G 725 779

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  • Prague Trams Page 1: Overview - www.simplonpc.co.uk
    Tram by Brian Patton Adam Gordon 2006 Search the Simplon Website Prague Trams Dopravní podnik hlavnívo města Prahy DPP Page 1 Prague Overview All images link to larger copies which will open in a new window tab Tatra T3 Trams Built 1960 1999 The various modifications of the Tatra T3 tram cars which are common all over the former Eastern bloc form the bulk of the fleet since they were produced in Prague in large numbers for both domestic use and export More than half of the classic streetcars have undergone modernization during the first ten years of the 21st century which equipped them with new motors and electrical equipment new audiovisual information system for the passengers and refurbished interiors The renovated trams were named Tatra T3R P where R stands for Renovated and P for the used electrical equipment Ref wiki More images of Tatra T3 Trams to be added A selection of Tatra T3 tram images Photos 2015 Ian Boyle Tatra T3R Trams Renovated Trams The various modifications of the Tatra T3 tram cars which are common all over the former Eastern bloc form the bulk of the fleet since they were produced in Prague in large numbers for both domestic use and export More than half of the classic streetcars have undergone modernization during the first ten years of the 21st century which equipped them with new motors and electrical equipment new audiovisual information system for the passengers and refurbished interiors The renovated trams were named Tatra T3R P where R stands for Renovated and P for the used electrical equipment The renovated trams were given a distinctive maroon and silver livery Ref wiki More images of Tatra T3R Trams to be added A selection of Tatra T3R trams with low floor sections Photos 2015 Ian Boyle Tatra T6A5 Trams The Tatra T6A5 is a unidirectional high floor light rail vehicle made for public transport in Europe and is one sub type of T6 standard trams made by the Czech light rail supplier Tatra ČKD in Prague Five cities namely Bratislava Košice in Slovakia and Brno Prague and Ostrava in Czech Republic operate them in various configurations and amounts The vehicle was designed as successor to Tatra T3 which has been operated in Europe for more than three decades at the time T6A5 was launched The launch customer was Dopravný podnik Bratislava which received the first set of two vehicles in 1991 Apart from four units which were severely damaged in accidents and were withdrawn from the service full fleet remains in operation as of today They are commonly called Irons by general public and operator employees and they usually work in pairs Although T6A5 is operated exclusively in Czech Republic and Slovakia there are several different versions operated in other states in Continental Europe and some efforts had been made also to operate these vehicles in North America Ref wiki More images of Tatra T6A5 Trams to be added A selection of Tatra T6A5 bogie trams

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  • Blackpool Tramways OMO Cars 1-13 - www.simplonpc.co.uk
    having already run as railcoaches for 40 years Ten of the thirteen cars were cars were scrapped one was rebuilt whilst two are in preservation today Ref Wikipedia OMO Car No 1 Rebuilt from Railcoach 616 originally 269 in 1972 Fitted with pantograph in1984 Withdrawn 1989 and disposed of in 1993 OMO Car No 1 Photo 1971 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 1 Photos 1974 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 1 Photo 1975 Ian Boyle OMO Cars Nos 1 and 4 Photo 1976 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 1 Photo 1979 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 2 Rebuilt from Railcoach 620 originally 283 in 1972 Withdrawn 1985 and disposed of in 1987 OMO Car No 2 at the depot Photo 1973 Ian Boyle OMO Cars No 2 at the depot Photo 1973 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 2 near the Tower Photo 1975 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 2 Photo 1981 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 2 at Starr Gate Photo 1983 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 3 Rebuilt from Railcoach 610 originally 224 in 1972 Fitted with pantograph in1979 Withdrawn and disposed of in 1987 OMO Car Nos 3 4 on the Promenade Photo 1973 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 3 at the depot Photo 1974 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 3 on a stormy day all service later cancelled Photo 1976 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 3 on a stormy day all service later cancelled Photo 1976 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 3 with Twin car trailer No 683 Photo 1983 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 4 Rebuilt from Railcoach 608 originally 220 in 1972 Fitted with pantograph in1976 Withdrawn in 1985 and disposed of in 1987 OMO Car No 4 Photo 1974 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 4 at Fleetwood Ferry and near Tower Photo 1975 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 4 during a storm all service later cancelled Photo 1976 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 4 with a Brecknell Willis fitted in March 1976 Photo 1976 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 4 at Fleetwood reverted to trolley pole by 1978 Photo 1978 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 5 Rebuilt from Railcoach 609 originally 221 in 1972 Fitted with pantograph in1976 Withdrawn in 1993 and sold to Clay Cross in 2000 for storage OMO Car No 5 Photo 1974 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 5 at Fleetwood Ferry Photo 1975 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 5 at Fleetwood Photo 1978 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 6 Rebuilt from Railcoach 617 originally 270 in 1973 Fitted with pantograph in1985 Withdrawn in 1987 and disposed of in 1988 OMO Car No 6 Photo 1974 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 6 in Fat Fleetwood High Street and Ferry Photo 1976 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 6 in 1978 Photo 1978 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 6 in 1979 Photo 1979 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 6 in 1981 Photo 1981 Ian Boyle OMO Car No 7 Rebuilt from Railcoach 619 originally 282 in 1973 Fitted with pantograph in1984 Withdrawn in

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  • Rome Trams Page 1: Overview - www.simplonpc.co.uk
    Rome Page 1 Rome Overview this page Rome Page 2 Stanga Trams7000 series Rome Page 3 1990s Trams 9000 series Simplon Facebook Links Simplon Ship Postcards facebook page Simplon Minor Railways facebook page Simplon Piers Lighthouses facebook page Simplon Tramways facebook page Simplon Cliff Lifts facebook page Simplon Tram Pages Tramways Header Page Birmingham Budapest Cagliari Trams Dublin LUAS Ferrovie della Sardegna Sardinian Narrow Gauge Helsinki Trams Ferries London Tramlink Nottingham Express Transit Riga Trams Trolleybuses Rostock Trams Sassari Trams Sheffield Supertrams Tallinn Trams Trolleybuses Trondheim Trams West Midland Metro Associated Pages Tramways Header Page Cruise Ships Ocean Liners UK Excursion Vessels World Ferry Fleets Simplon Postcards Home Page Simplon Postcards Recent Updates References Links Official Milan ATM website http www atm it The Development of the Modern Tram by Brian Patton Adam Gordon 2006 Search the Simplon Website Rome Trams ATAC Agenzia per i Trasporti Autoferrotranviari del Comune di Roma All images link to larger copies which will open in a new window tab 7000 Series Stanga Class The 7000 Series of 6 axle trams consist of two batches They are known as Stanga Class after their builders 50 trams numbered 7001 7099 were delivered between 1948 49 only the odd numbers were used to number Rome powered cars at this time In 1953 a further batch of 8 similar trams with more powerful motors were supplied to STEFER Societa Tramvie e Ferrovie Elettriche di Roma for their standard gauge interurban line to Cinecitta They were numbered 501 508 in STEFER service but became 7101 7115 when they passed to ATAC in 1980 The original prototype articulated tram 7001 of 1941 was damaged in the war and was scrapped in 1950 More images of 7000 Series Trams A selection of Ventotto Peter Witt tram images Photos 2004 2009 Ian

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