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  • Goose Fair 2005 : Pictures : Nottingham Express Transit : TheTrams.co.uk
    also takes over NET s Park Ride car park This is the city bound platform of The Forest with one of the entrances to the fair on the left 08 10 2005 002275 Goose Fair 2005 201 with a Phoenix Park service In the centre platform 211 acts as a safety barrier having a tram parked here forces passengers to cross the tracks at the end of each platform 08 10 2005 002276 Goose Fair 2005 There were an abundance of NET staff at The Forest to ensure everything went smoothly in the layby at the side of the northbound stop were three of NET s vans 08 10 2005 002277 Goose Fair 2005 Powergen liveried 213 calls with a Station Street service with 211 in the centre platforms and the lights of the fair behind 08 10 2005 002278 Goose Fair 2005 North end of The Forest stop with the fair in the background 08 10 2005 002279 Goose Fair 2005 Southern end of The Forest stop 08 10 2005 002280 Goose Fair 2005 Southern end of The Forest stop with fairground rides in the background 08 10 2005 002281 Goose Fair 2005 There seemed to be fewer fairgoers than last year 08 10 2005 002282 Goose Fair 2005 Looking uphill from The Forest towards Mount Hooton Road and the city 08 10 2005 002283 Goose Fair 2005 212 approaches The Forest from central Nottingham with a Phoenix Park service 08 10 2005 002284 Goose Fair 2005 Overall view of The Forest with the fair on the right hand side 211 is acting as a safety barrier in the central platform 08 10 2005 002285 Goose Fair 2005 209 the Westbury Homes tram picks up northbound passengers 08 10 2005 002286 Goose Fair 2005 Overall view of The Forest

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/net/goosefair2005/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Goose Fair 2004 : Pictures : Nottingham Express Transit : TheTrams.co.uk
    open from 6th 9th October Click here for pictures from the 2005 Goose Fair Part of the Goose Fair occupies the Park Ride car park at The Forest Tram 208 Dinah Minton is arriving on a Station Street service 05 10 2004 000832 Part of the Goose Fair occupies the Park Ride car park at The Forest Tram 208 Dinah Minton is leaving for Station Street 05 10 2004 000833 General view of what is normally The Forest Park Ride car park occupied for a week by the Goose Fair 05 10 2004 000834 Another view of the Goose Fair occupying The Forest s car park 05 10 2004 000835 The day before the Goose Fair opened with the site surrounded by barriers The tram line runs along the west side of the fair site and here a tram is seen departing for Station Street 05 10 2004 000836 Tram 211 Robin Hood climbing past the Goose Fair on the way to the city 05 10 2004 000837 This is the city bound platform at The Forest showing the proximity of the Goose Fair easy interchange from tram to Waltzer passengers waiting for a tram could enjoy a toffee apple or some candy floss 05 10 2004 000838 tram 213 Mary Potter pulling into The Forest on a Station Street journey In the background the annual Goose Fair is setting up 05 10 2004 000839 Full load on the way to the Goose Fair 207 at Radford Road 08 10 2004 000840 North end of The Forest tram stop with the Goose Fair on the left 207 that night s spare tram sits in the centre platform 08 10 2004 000841 The Forest tram stop is right next to the Goose Fair 08 10 2004 000842 213 at The Forest

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/net/goosefair/ (2016-02-15)
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  • TLRS tour : Pictures : Nottingham Express Transit : TheTrams.co.uk
    had at Stephen Dee s NETTrams net site Pages 1 2 TLRS tour Our tram for the day was 204 here arriving empty at Station Street east platform to pick up passengers NET s General Manager Andy Wood is at the controls 15 05 2004 000052 TLRS tour 204 loading up with 207 in the west platform on a public service to Phoenix Park 15 05 2004 000053 TLRS tour 204 with 207 at Station Street 15 05 2004 000054 TLRS tour 207 with 204 at Station Street The view from the buffer stops 15 05 2004 000055 TLRS tour A few minutes before departure 15 05 2004 000056 TLRS tour A tram full of gricers 15 05 2004 000057 TLRS tour Taking the centre platform road at The Forest 15 05 2004 000058 TLRS tour Arriving at the centre platform at The Forest 15 05 2004 000059 TLRS tour There was a brief photostop at The Forest 15 05 2004 000060 TLRS tour Andy has changed ends ready for the return to Royal Centre 15 05 2004 000061 TLRS tour Waiting for a Station Street tram to overtake us before departure from The Forest 15 05 2004 000062 TLRS tour The sight of a host of gricers piling out of a tram taking 20 pictures of it then all piling back on again was the source of some amusement for the real passengers waiting at The Forest 15 05 2004 000063 TLRS tour The unusual sight of two trams waiting to depart The Forest southbound 15 05 2004 000064 TLRS tour All three platforms at the Forest occupied 15 05 2004 000065 TLRS tour One of our two drivers Lynette changing the points on the crossover at Royal Centre we arrived at the southbound platform changed ends and crossed

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/net/tlrstour/ (2016-02-15)
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  • signs etc. : Pictures : Nottingham Express Transit : TheTrams.co.uk
    connection information 02 02 2005 000423 Sign outside Bulwell tramstop railway station 07 10 2004 000932 Older style of information board with more detailed route and local maps These were introduced with the September 2004 timetable 01 10 2004 000953 Sign at the entrance to The Forest Park Ride car park 06 05 2004 000982 On NET s first birthday the PIDs carried this special message 09 03 2005 001289 At each stop there is a cuboid NET sign this is at Cinderhill 24 03 2004 001802 Signals are standard UK tram signals first used on the Metrolink system in Manchester A horizontal row of white lights means Stop and a vertical row means Go On street sections these may be fixed to traffic light displays 24 03 2004 001803 This route indicator shows that the points are set for the left hand track at Phoenix Park on the approach to the stop 24 03 2004 001804 This display at Phoenix Park shows that the points are set for the left hand track leading into the single line section top the single line section ahead is occupied middle and the speed limit is 40 kph bottom 24 03 2004 001805

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/net/signs/ (2016-02-15)
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  • miscellenea : Pictures : Nottingham Express Transit : TheTrams.co.uk
    trespass and safety policy Links Nottingham Express Transit Pictures miscellenea Collin Street viaduct from Station Street 24 03 2004 000086 Phoenix Park bound tram after leaving Cinderhill stop Please note this picture was taken from the public footpath 24 03 2004 000087 NET Offices at The Forest 24 03 2004 000088 After initial outrage at the prospect of trams in Hyson Green some of the local traders are adapting to

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/net/otherpics/ (2016-02-15)
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  • TheTrams.co.uk: search for pictures
    snow rail grinding engineering work April 2006 Goose Fair 2005 Goose Fair 2004 TLRS tour signs etc miscellenea latest pictures search random picture trespass and safety policy Links Nottingham Express Transit 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

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/picsearch.php?section=net (2016-02-15)
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  • line one : Routes : Midland Metro : TheTrams.co.uk
    railway route to Brunel s broad guage is evident here with generous tunnels carrying the tracks under Hockley to Jewellery Quarter where trams and trains share a station Jewellery Quarter The Hawthorns After leaving Jewellery Quarter the tramway continues to share the railway alignment with stops at Soho Benson Road Winson Green Outer Circle and Handsworth Booth Street Between Winson Green and Handsworth the line rises sharply to climb over a viaduct which crosses some railway sidings the current A Z map of Birmingham incorrectly marks this as the site of Midland Metro s depot The railway and tramway share another station at The Hawthorns then the railway tracks veer left south west towards Smethwick and the tramway continues alone towards West Bromwich West Bromwich After The Hawthorns the tramway runs alongside the West Bromwich Parkway the footpath which until the opening of the Midland Metro had exlusive use of the former railway trackbed There are six stops in the West Bromwich area Kenrick Park Trinity Way West Bromwich Central on the site of the former railway station Lodge Road West Bromwich Town Hall Dartmouth Street and Guns Village The line runs in a shallow cutting for most of this stretch Guns Village Wednesbury As the line leaves the West Bromwich area there is a stop at Black Lake near the site of the former Swan Village railway station The line then enters a deep cutting before reaching one of the only notable feats of engineering on the line the short Hill Top Tunnel On the other side of the tunnel the surroundings change from greenery and residential areas to an inustrial landscape As the line enters Wednesbury it crosses the dead straight Tame Valley Canal and the disused Walsall Dudley Stourbridge railway line earmarked for a possible extension of

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/midlandmetro/lineone/ (2016-02-15)
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  • extensions : Routes : Midland Metro : TheTrams.co.uk
    Docklands Light Railway Croydon Tramlink Blackpool trams Tyne and Wear Metro Midland Metro Home Routes Midland Metro routes line one extensions Tram Stops Trams Tickets fares Pictures Links Midland Metro Routes extensions Wednesbury Dudley content to be added soon Birmingham Five Ways content to be added soon Wolverhampton city loop content to be added soon copyright statement terms conditions trespass safety policy privacy TheTrams co uk is not associated with

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