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  • Terms and conditions : Blackpool Tramway : TheTrams.co.uk
    website TheTrams co uk is subject to the following conditions TheTrams co uk is an independent website aimed at enthusiasts and students of light rail and trams in Britain This website is not connected to nor represents any tram or light rail operator or transport authority The views expressed here and on the TramStop forums do not represent the position of any of the tram or light rail operations featured Any communication intended for a tram or light rail operator should be addressed directly to them for contact details refer to these links to the official websites for UK tramways and light rail systems All information given on TheTrams co uk is provided in good faith but no guarantee is given as to its accuracy In particular any information about services or fares should be checked with the operator before travelling as these are liable to change at short notice No liability can be accepted for loss or damage resulting from a reliance on information on this website Messages posted on the TramStop forums reflect the opinions and beliefs of the users posting there Any information contained in messages may be inaccurate or out of date No liability can be

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/disclaimer.php?section=blackpool (2016-02-15)
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  • trespass and safety policy : Pictures : Blackpool Tramway : TheTrams.co.uk
    policy Links Blackpool Tramway Pictures trespass and safety policy All pictures on this website were taken from public roads or footpaths from the public parts of the tramway light rail system or by special permission of the tram light rail operator Trespass on tramway or railway property is illegal and dangerous Photography on the Tyne and Wear Metro is prohibited without permission from Nexus all photos on this website taken on Tyne and Wear Metro property were taken with permission If you are going to take photographs of trams take extra care and be aware that danger comes not just from the trams themselves but also from cars buses lorries and other traffic that may share the road with the tram Remember that trams can be quieter than other road traffic and can take longer to stop Most of the time tramways and light rail operators welcome the interest that enthusiasts have in their systems but remember that the primary function of a light rail system is public transportation and staff may not have the time to answer questions or humour people s photographic whims If you get in the way of the safe and efficient running of a system

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/notrespass.php?section=blackpool (2016-02-15)
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  • Privacy statement for TheTrams.co.uk and TramStop : Blackpool Tramway : TheTrams.co.uk
    identify individuals personally How this information is used This information is collected solely for the purpose of analysing visitor trends identifying new links to the site and assessing the relative popularity of various sections and pages all with the ultimate aim of improving the content and accessibility of the site to you and other visitors What information is not collected Information not collected includes your postal address telephone numbers buying habits and internet activity outside this site Your name and email address is only collected when you choose to provide it for instance when contacting TheTrams co uk or when registering for the TramStop forums your name and email address is not collected without your knowledge Information is not collected or used for any marketing or market research activities Contacting TheTrams co uk When you contact TheTrams co uk certain personal information may be communicated such as your name and email address and any other information which you choose to include in the communication emails and online contact forms are retained on file but personal details are only used for the purpose of communicating with you unless you have consented for them to be used for other purposes Your personal details are not collated in a database nor will your email address be added to a mailing list when you contact TheTrams co uk nor will they be passed to any third party without your consent except for the reasons given below under Disclosure of information Cookies Cookies are used on TheTrams co uk to count and track your visit to the site and on the TramStop forums to manage your log in session You may block cookies from TheTrams co uk with no adverse effect but blocking cookies from TramStop may affect how you use the forums How you

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  • facts and figures : Tyne and Wear Metro : TheTrams.co.uk
    Route length miles 47 Number of stops 60 First section opened 1980 Extended since opening of initial network yes Most recent section opened 2002 Further extensions planned no Street running no Tunnel sections yes Elevated sections no Former railway alignments yes Replaced heavy rail service yes Track gauge standard Electricity supply 1500v DC overhead catenary Current collection pantograph Number of vehicles 90 Oldest vehicle 1975 prototypes Newest vehicle 1982 Passengers

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/factsnfigures.php?section=tyneandwear (2016-02-15)
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  • Tyne and Wear Metro routes : Routes : Tyne and Wear Metro : TheTrams.co.uk
    and South Hylton city centre map Stations Trains Services map Pictures Links Tyne and Wear Metro Routes Tyne and Wear Metro routes The initial Metro system opened in stages from 1980 to 1984 was formed of three converted railway lines linked across the city centre by two tube tunnels Since opening the original network has been supplemented by two extensions from the original north western terminus at Bank Foot to a new station at Newcastle Airport opened 1991 and from Pelaw on the South Shields route along Network Rail tracks to Sunderland opened 2002 Present network The present Metro system consists of lines to Newcastle Airport South Shields Sunderland and a loop from the city centre to the North Tyneside coast and back The routes from Airport South Shields and Sunderland and one end of the North Tyneside Loop converge on a central section through Newcastle city centre between Gosforth and Pelaw stations The other end of the Tyne Coast loop runs into the city centre to terminate at St James crossing the Pelaw Gosforth route very roughly at right angles with an interchange at Monument thus trains from St James to South Shields call at Monument twice using a

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/tyneandwear/routes.php (2016-02-15)
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  • Stations : Tyne and Wear Metro : TheTrams.co.uk
    station and Northumberland Park the newest station on the system There are many stations of Victorian architecture designs inherited from British Rail as well as a couple of fine examples of 1930 s architecture at Longbenton and West Monkseaton with plainer more functional design at the stations purpose built during the 1970 s and 1980 s Stations on the Sunderland extension built at the beginning of the 21 st Century bring yet another style into the mix Most stations have two platforms the exceptions are the termini at South Hylton and South Shields 1 platform North Shields 3 platforms including one bay platform and Monument 4 platforms on two seperate lines Three of the stations have interchange with National Rail services Central Heworth and Sunderland uniquely at Sunderland Metro and National Rail services use the same platforms All stations have ticket machines shelters information displays next train indicators and passenger information emergency help points All stations are unstaffed except for the underground stations which must be staffed by law To view all Tyne and Wear Metro stations in Google Earth s satellite imagery click here requires Google Earth software available for Windows Vista XP 2000 Mac OS X 10 4 0 and Linux Each station page also has a link to Google Earth imagery of that station Select a stop name for pictures Stop Location Platforms Opening date Former railway station Notes South Hylton surface 1 31 03 2002 no Pallion surface 2 31 03 2002 no Millfield surface 2 31 03 2002 no University surface 2 31 03 2002 no Park Lane cut and cover tunnel 2 31 03 2002 no Sunderland underground platforms shared with National Rail 2 island platform 31 03 2002 yes Opened 1879 for mainline services rebuilt 1965 St Peter s viaduct 2 31 03 2002 no Stadium of Light surface 2 31 03 2002 no Seaburn surface 2 31 03 2002 yes East Boldon surface 2 31 03 2002 yes Brockley Whins surface 2 31 03 2002 yes Fellgate embankment 2 31 03 2002 no South Shields 1 24 03 1984 no Chichester 2 24 03 1984 no Tyne Dock 2 24 03 1984 no Simonside surface 2 17 03 2008 no Bede 2 staggered platforms 24 03 1984 no Jarrow 2 24 03 1984 yes Hebburn 2 staggered platforms 24 03 1984 yes Pelaw surface 2 island platform 16 09 1985 no Heworth surface 2 2 National Rail 15 11 1981 no Felling surface 2 island platform 15 11 1981 yes Gateshead Stadium surface 2 island platform 15 11 1981 no Gateshead underground 2 15 11 1981 no Central underground underneath Newcastle Central National Rail station 2 15 11 1981 no Monument underground 4 15 11 1981 no Tyne Coast loop platforms opened 14 11 82 Haymarket underground 2 11 08 1980 no Jesmond underground 2 11 08 1980 no West Jesmond surface 2 11 08 1980 yes Ilford Road surface 2 11 08 1980 no South Gosforth surface 2 11 08 1980

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/tyneandwear/stations/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Trains : Tyne and Wear Metro : TheTrams.co.uk
    Unit number Name Livery 4001 Tyne and Wear PTE yellow and white heritage livery 4002 overall advert for Tyne and Wear Metro website yellow base 4003 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4004 green yellow with yellow doors new version 4005 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4006 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4007 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4008 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4009 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4010 maroon yellow 4011 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4012 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4013 maroon yellow 4014 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4015 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4016 blue yellow with yellow doors 4017 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4018 green yellow with yellow doors new version 4019 maroon yellow 4020 overall advert for Modern Apprenticeships 4021 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4022 maroon yellow 4023 green yellow with yellow doors 4024 blue yellow 4025 green yellow 4026 George Stephenson maroon yellow 4027 North Eastern Railway heritage livery 4028 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4029 blue yellow 4030 maroon yellow 4031 blue yellow 4032 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4033 maroon yellow 4034 maroon yellow 4035 blue yellow with yellow doors new version 4036 green yellow 4037 maroon yellow 4038 overall advert for Frank anti drugs campaign 4039 blue yellow 4040 overall advert for Cut Your CO 2 Day 4041 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4042 overall advert for Metro Radio blue base 4043 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4044 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4045 overall advert for Newcastle Racecourse green base 4046 maroon yellow 4047 blue yellow with yellow doors new version 4048 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4049 overall advert for Kidd and Spoor Harper solicitors blue base 4050 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4051 green yellow with yellow doors 4052 maroon yellow 4053 blue yellow 4054 blue yellow with yellow doors 4055 variation of blue yellow livery advertising European Union funding 4056 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4057 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4058 blue yellow 4059 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4060 maroon yellow 4061 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4062 green yellow 4063 maroon yellow 4064 Michael Campbell maroon yellow with yellow doors 4065 Dame Catherine Cookson maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4066 blue yellow 4067 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4068 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4069 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4070 maroon yellow 4071 maroon yellow 4072 blue yellow 4073 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4074 maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4075 blue yellow 4076 blue yellow with yellow doors new version 4077 Robert Stephenson maroon yellow with yellow doors new version 4078 Ellen Wilkinson maroon yellow 4079 maroon yellow with

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/tyneandwear/trains/ (2016-02-15)
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  • TheTrams.co.uk: Tyne and Wear Metro—services and map
    times and frequencies may change at any time without notice and you are advised to check details before travel with Nexus Information from Nexus For a geographicaly based map see the Routes page Service frequencies Monday Friday Early morning before 07 00 Daytime 07 00 19 00 Evening 19 00 23 00 Green Line Airport Sunderland and South Hylton 8 18 12 15 Yellow Line St James South Shields 12 12 15 Combined frequency South Gosforth Pelaw 3 12 3 6 7 8 Saturday Early morning before 09 00 Daytime 09 00 19 00 Evening 19 00 23 00 Green Line Airport Sunderland and South Hylton 15 12 15 Yellow Line St James South Shields 15 12 15 Combined frequency South Gosforth Pelaw 7 8 6 7 8 Sunday Early morning before 09 00 Daytime and evening 09 00 23 00 Green Line Airport Sunderland and South Hylton 30 15 Yellow Line St James South Shields 30 15 Combined frequency South Gosforth Pelaw 15 7 8 alternate trains terminate at Park Lane every 3 minutes morning and evening peak approx 06 00 09 30 and 16 00 18 00 southbound 06 30 10 00 and 16 30 19 00 northbound Peak short workings to Pelaw start from Regent Centre Monkseaton and Benton First and last trains Monday Friday Saturday Sunday First train Last train First train Last train First train Last train Airport South Hylton 05 44 22 42 22 57 Su 23 12 Pe 23 58 RC 06 27 05 43 PL 22 42 22 57 Su 23 12 Pe 23 58 RC 06 27 22 42 22 57 Su 23 12 Pe 23 58 RC St James South Shields 06 03 22 32 22 47 Pe 23 32 Lo 23 38 FL 06 17 22 32 22 47

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/tyneandwear/services.php (2016-02-15)
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