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Blackpool Trams,Fleetwood Streets,End of an Era.

Discussion in 'Photography' started by Alberta 45562, Sep 29, 2009.

  1. Alberta 45562

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    Hi all,



    Here are some photos i took of the Blackpool Tram system on Monday 28th September 2009. The Fleetwood Street section is to close in November 2009 for modification work,this will close the line for 3 years and when it reopens it is expected that it will use more modern trams as opposed to the current ones regularly seen today. Here are a few photos i took on the day including Lord Street Curve.


    http://mark-walker.fotopic.net/c1761555.html


    Cheers,
    Mark
     
  2. Spamcan81

    Spamcan81 Nat Pres stalwart

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    Thanks for sharing. Here are a few from last week.
     
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    Looking at Mark Walkers' photo of 'The upstairs interior of 715' led me to wonder how the owners of this, and other, preserved vehicles will source historically correct lightbulbs once they have been removed from open sale ?
     
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    Buy um from France - no ban there!

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