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  • TheTrams.co.uk: DLR—signs etc.
    the side of the viaduct at other stations the sign is typically double sided and mounted on a pole 08 06 2004 001123 Enamel line diagram sign design based on similar diagrams at London Underground stations Only services from this station Island Gardens in this case are shown so the line to Beckton is not shown As Island Gardens is part of the Lewisham extension built and maintained by the concessionnaire CGL Rail their logo appears on the sign as well as the DLR roundel 08 06 2004 001124 The original standard station platform name signs have been replaced with the current TfL standard design However at Bank some older cast metal platform name signs remain This displays the original DLR standard typeface which was used on vehicles signage and literature Rockwell 08 06 2004 001125 Two outdated styles of signage togther at Canary Wharf This sign at the street entrance on South Collonade demonstrates the original Rockwell typeface the Canary Wharf part and a more recent DLR logotype now replaced with the TfL standard DLR roundel 08 06 2004 001126 Obsolete style at Bank this typeface Rockwell has been replaced as the standard DLR typeface by TfL s New Johnston as used on buses and the London Underground 08 06 2004 001127 The Lewisham extension from Mudchute to Lewisham was financed designed and built by a concessionnaire CGL Rail who also maintain the infrastructure Each station from Island Gardens south displays an ownership sign in what was at the time of construction the current DLR style but bearing the CGL Rail logo 08 06 2004 001128 DLR enamel network map at Blackwall station As is common practice on London Underground the City Airport extension is shown but should be concealed usually by a piece of white vinyl until the

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/dlr/signs/ (2016-02-15)
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  • TheTrams.co.uk: search for pictures
    Of Dogs London City Airport extension signs etc latest pictures search random picture Links Docklands Light Railway Pictures search Use this page to search for pictures on TheTrams co uk Quick search Search for match this exact phrase Advanced search Subject match this exact phrase include picture caption in search In this section NET Midland Metro Supertram Metrolink DLR Blackpool Croydon Tramlink Tyne and Wear Metro Date picture taken on

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/picsearch.php?section=dlr (2016-02-15)
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  • London City Airport : Routes : Docklands Light Railway : TheTrams.co.uk
    away to the east The new line climbs first onto an embankment then onto a viaduct which then runs alongside Silvertown Way The railway is elevated from this point as far as the Airport The first stop is West Silvertown which serves the residential and industrial areas on the south side of Royal Victoria Dock The elevated railway continues along the southern side of what is now North Woolwich Road to Pontoon Dock station next to Thames Barrier Gardens Pontoon Dock King George V From Pontoon Dock the railway continues to run next to North Woolwich Road as far as the roundabout junction with Connaught Crossing approach road where it turns north west to the airport perimeter From here the viaduct turns east again to follow Hartmann as far as London City Airport station which is next to the airport terminal This is where the viaduct ends with the railway ramping down to street level As it runs between Hartmann Road which at this point is the access road to the airport car parks and Newland Street a residential road it runs behind concrete barriers The station at King George V next to the dock of the same name functioned as the terminus from December 2005 until the opening of the Woolwich extension in January 2009 Under the river to Woolwich After leaving King George V station the line descends into a tunnel under the Thames This tunnel turns first south to cross the river then west to reach Woolwich Arsenal station Just like the terminus at Beckton trains arriving at Woolwich are facing the opposite direction to that in which they traveeled for most of their journey The station at Woolwich is undergound alongside the National Rail station of the same name Replacing other public transport services The DLR

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/dlr/lcy/. (2016-02-15)
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  • TheTrams.co.uk: Docklands Light Railway - London City Airport extension
    the day after it opened click here London City Airport station takes shape five months before opening The airport terminal building is behind the station to the right 29 06 2005 001651 London City Airport station entrance while the station was under construction in the foreground is the walking route to the terminal which is now a covered way 29 06 2005 001652 King George V station terminus of the City Airport extension taking shape months before the opening date The station is designed to allow for extension of the line in tunnel to Woolwich Arsenal 29 06 2005 001655 The finishing touches are being put to West Silvertown station in this view looking south along Silvertown Way taken a couple of months before opening 23 09 2005 002262 West Silvertown station a few months before opening 23 09 2005 002263 Pontoon Dock station seen from the west a couple of months before opening Note how high the station is compared to the viaduct leading up to it 23 09 2005 002265 Western end of Pontoon Dock station receiving final attention before its opening in December 2005 23 09 2005 002266 The futuristic Pontoon Dock station before opening 23 09

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  • TheTrams.co.uk: Docklands Light Railway - London City Airport extension
    some pictures of the line as far as King George V the day after it opened and the stations on this line under construction Pages 1 2 Inside B07 unit 106 10 01 2009 003515 104 at Woolwich Arsenal 10 01 2009 003516 104 at London City Airport 10 01 2009 003517 104 on the first day of the Woolwich Arsenal service at King George V 10 01 2009 003518

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/dlr/lcy/pictures2.php?start=21 (2016-02-15)
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  • Basford tram stop : NET : TheTrams.co.uk
    Road Central College High School Highbury Vale Holy Trinity Hucknall Hyson Green Market Inham Road Lace Market Meadows Embankment Meadows North Middle Street Moor Bridge ng2 Noel Street Nottingham Station Nottingham Trent University Old Market Square Phoenix Park Queen s Medical Centre Queen s Walk Radford Road Rivergreen Royal Centre Ruddington Lane Shipstone Street Southchurch Drive North Station Street Summerwood Lane The Forest Toton Lane University Boulevard University of Nottingham Wilford Lane Wilford Village Wilkinson Street Wilkinson Street depot Trams Tickets fares Services map Pictures Links Nottingham Express Transit Tram Stops Basford Line Location Opening date number of platforms Line One Reserved track 9th March 2004 2 Basford is the first stop on the section of reserved track which parallels the railway line to the terminus at Hucknall Pictures Basford taken from the footbridge leading to Vernon Road 24 03 2004 000123 Search for more pictures taken at Basford Location Street map System map More map links Maps of Basford stop on Streetmap 1 50 000 OS Landranger 1 25 000 OS Explorer street plan View maps or satellite imagery at Google Maps View satellite imagery in Google Earth requires Google Earth installed on your computer available for Windows Vista

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/net/stops/Basford (2016-02-15)
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  • Beaconsfield Street tram stop : NET : TheTrams.co.uk
    Noel Street Nottingham Station Nottingham Trent University Old Market Square Phoenix Park Queen s Medical Centre Queen s Walk Radford Road Rivergreen Royal Centre Ruddington Lane Shipstone Street Southchurch Drive North Station Street Summerwood Lane The Forest Toton Lane University Boulevard University of Nottingham Wilford Lane Wilford Village Wilkinson Street Wilkinson Street depot Trams Tickets fares Services map Pictures Links Nottingham Express Transit Tram Stops Beaconsfield Street Line Location Opening date number of platforms Line One On street shared 9th March 2004 1 Beaconsfield Street stop is on the Hyson Green loop Trams stop at the single platform here towards Phoenix Park and Hucknall Beaconsfield Street is open to other traffic Pictures Beaconsfield Street s single platform Both Noel Street and The Forest stops can just be seen in the distance Note the blue pedestrian sign pointing to the city bound tram stop at Radford Road 24 03 2004 000111 Early morning view of Beaconsfield Street tram stop looking towards Wilkinson Street and Phoenix Park Hucknall 25 10 2004 000955 Search for more pictures taken at Beaconsfield Street Location Street map System map More map links Maps of Beaconsfield Street stop on Streetmap 1 50 000 OS Landranger 1 25

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/net/stops/Beaconsfield_Street (2016-02-15)
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  • Beeston Centre tram stop : NET : TheTrams.co.uk
    Centre Clifton South Compton Acres David Lane Eskdale Drive Gregory Street High Road Central College High School Highbury Vale Holy Trinity Hucknall Hyson Green Market Inham Road Lace Market Meadows Embankment Meadows North Middle Street Moor Bridge ng2 Noel Street Nottingham Station Nottingham Trent University Old Market Square Phoenix Park Queen s Medical Centre Queen s Walk Radford Road Rivergreen Royal Centre Ruddington Lane Shipstone Street Southchurch Drive North Station Street Summerwood Lane The Forest Toton Lane University Boulevard University of Nottingham Wilford Lane Wilford Village Wilkinson Street Wilkinson Street depot Trams Tickets fares Services map Pictures Links Nottingham Express Transit Tram Stops Beeston Centre Line Location Opening date number of platforms Line Three On street tram only 25th August 2015 2 This stop would be in the pedestrianised area of the main shopping precinct Pictures no pictures found Search for more pictures taken at Beeston Centre Location Street map System map More map links Maps of Beeston Centre stop on Streetmap 1 50 000 OS Landranger 1 25 000 OS Explorer street plan View maps or satellite imagery at Google Maps View satellite imagery in Google Earth requires Google Earth installed on your computer available for Windows Vista XP

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/net/stops/Beeston_Centre (2016-02-15)
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