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Manchester tram

Ian Armour Yearsley

Manchester tram

by Ian Armour Yearsley

  • 184 Want to read
  • 5 Currently reading

Published by Advertiser Press in Huddersfield, [Eng.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • Manchester.
    • Subjects:
    • Street-railroads -- England -- Manchester.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementby Ian Yearsley.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTF764.M3 Y4
      The Physical Object
      Pagination255 p. :
      Number of Pages255
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5233822M
      LC Control Number75304211

      Telling the story of public road transport in Greater Manchester from its beginnings in to the present day, the Museum of Transport – based in one of Greater Manchester’s earliest bus garages and adjoining Manchester’s first electric tram depot – is a must-visit for anyone who wants to know more about the history and heritage of. Trafford Park Tramways [Gray, Ted] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Trafford Park Tramways

        A tram at St Peter's Square station in Manchester city centre (Image: Andrew Stuart) We have recently opened up the newly-transformed Metrolink stop in St Peter’s Square. Compare and book train and coach tickets for over companies, including UK rail carriers and National Express. We accept National Railcards, Club Eurostar and all other major cards. Find, book, change or cancel your tickets in an instant. Buy tickets with PayPal, ApplePay, Visa, Amex and all international credit cards.

      Description “A Souvenir Brochure on the occasion of the abandonment of the last tram service in Manchester on 10 January, ”. Well written and nicely produced this is a very good concise History of the Manchester tram network, which at its peak extended well beyond the city boundaries. The entire tram network has ground to a halt across Greater Manchester after a communications failure. Trams have not been able to run on any lines since a fault struck the Metrolink control room.


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Manchester tram by Ian Armour Yearsley Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get updates, departure times, plan a journey, find tickets and passes for tram travel. See the network map as well as facilities and maps for tram stops. Fascinating and detailed history of the trams that served Manchester and the surrounding area.

Based largely on the author's personal knowledge of the lines, the book is full of engaging information on routes, car barns, how the system worked and descriptions of the routes, with the final chapters describing the last burst of activity during World War II followed by the trams replacement with buses.5/5(1).

The story of Manchester's number 53 tram route and the single deck trams which had to operate it due to the number of low bridges on the route. Very good Manchester tram book condition and no rusty staples.

Some slight sunlight fading right on the spine, more noticeable on the back cover. At a tram stop ticket machine. Pay by cash (change given) or by credit or debit card (including contactless) for adult, child, concession and family tram tickets: including single tickets and 1-day, weekend, 7-day and day travelcards.

TfGM Travelshops. Buy from a wide range of tickets for bus, train and tram travel. The book also looks closely at the history of the trams themselves and the schemes which came before Metrolink – dating right Manchester tram book to the s. It shows how the city’s famous trams have now become a landmark feature of Greater Manchester and contains interviews with staff who worked on the initial concept for Metrolink and subsequent project.

This book is the history of the trams in Manchester and covers the fifty years they were in use and includes photographs. Maps printed on endpapers. Hardback with non glossy dustjacket both book and dustjacket in very good condition although the latter has discoloured with age.

cm x 22cm. Using public transport around Greater Manchester can be a bit of a slog. From sussing out the bus timetable to praying your tram or train isn't delayed or Author: Stuart Greer.

Choose your zone(s) to see tram prices. Your ticket will need to cover all zones you travel through. Select all that apply. Please select all the zones your journeys will travel through. Enter your tram stops below to view the first and last tram times for the next seven days and the estimated journey time.

* Deansgate-Castlefield to Manchester Airport. 3am-6am Monday to Saturday, and 3am-7am Sunday and public holidays. If you are catching a tram from a stop which has several services running through it then the frequency of. A pictorial history of Manchester Corporation Trams from - Pictures and drawings of Manchester Trams available for download or framed.

Have a favourite memory or photo recreated and brought to life. Commissions undertaken. Between and Manchester Corporation Tramways (known as Manchester Corporation Transport Department from onwards) was the municipal operator of electric tram services in Manchester, its peak inthe organisation carried million passengers on trams, via 46 routes, along miles ( km) of sor: Manchester Metrolink (in ).

Buy The Manchester Tram First Edition by Yearsley, Ian (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2). All Ms ordered so far have now arrived in Manchester.

The first 40 trams were part of the initial order for Phase 3a with the remainder being add-ons for extra lines and replacement of the T68/T68As. An additional 27 trams (expected to be numbered to ) were ordered at the start of July for February until June Trams run to and from the airport throughout Greater Manchester, so the first and last tram times will be dependent on the station which you're travelling to/from.

If you're heading to Ashton Under-Lyne, trams run every 6 minutes, or otherwise every 12 minutes; all tram times can be found at TFGM.

Since opening inthe Manchester Metrolink light-rail/tram system has grown to a network of 99 tram stops. The system opened in April with 20 tram stops with routes radiating from Manchester Victoria to Bury and Manchester Piccadilly to 2 extended the network to Eccles with 12 new tram stops and a new interchange at Cornbrook was built in Tram map of Manchester.

Download, print and take it with you to your trip The actual dimensions of the Manchester map are X pixels, file size (in bytes) -   Now the society looks after 12 trams, including an award-winning Manchester Horse tram - on loan to the North East Open Air Museum at Beamish, County Durham.

Trams had previously operated on Manchester streets from to The original trams of the Manchester Suburban Tramways Company were horse-drawn tram, but from these were supplanted by electrically powered trams.A network of neighbouring municipal tramway systems such as Bury Corporation Tramways, Rochdale Corporation Tramways and Manchester Corporation.

Manchester Metrolink (branded locally simply as Metrolink) is a tram/light rail system in Greater Manchester, England. The network has 93 stops along 62 miles ( km) of standard-gauge track, making it the most extensive light rail system in the United Kingdom. Metrolink is owned by Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) and operated and maintained under contract by a Keolis/Amey : Greater Manchester.

Greater Manchester is to receive hundreds of millions of pounds to develop the UK’s first tram-train network, the transport secretary, Chris Grayling, has promised.

The region already has the. The Official Manchester Metrolink app now with real time departure data. Here are some of the useful features the Manchester Metrolink app includes: + REAL TIME DATA - Never miss a tram again with live departure times. + LINE STATUS - Get an overview of the network wide status and view further information per line.

+ PLANNED NETWORK IMPROVEMENTS - Get advance warning for planned /5().Saturday - Sunday - Find ticket prices from. to other stations The timetables for Manchester Victoria are displayed below, click on the Download Timetable link to view the PDF timetable for the route.

York, Leeds and Colne to Preston .Manchester - approx.inh.; mill. in Greater Manchester metropolitan county. Tramway ('Metrolink') - network length km, 98 stops - street-level operation (high platforms) in the central area, on outer branches mainly on recuperated rail tracks.

- mm gauge.