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 Andreas Kaufhold

Freiburg

Route 5 opening

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 Andreas Kaufhold Route 5 opening

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 Andreas Kaufhold Route 5 opening

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 Andreas Kaufhold Route 5 opening

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 Andreas Kaufhold Route 5 opening

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 Andreas Kaufhold Route 5 opening

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 Andreas Kaufhold Route 5 opening

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 Andreas Kaufhold Route 5 opening

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 Andreas Kaufhold GT8E 205

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 Andreas Kaufhold GT8E 206

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 Andreas Kaufhold GT8E 207

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 Andreas Kaufhold GT8E 209 with ? at Möslestr stored for the end of a football game.

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 Andreas Kaufhold GT8E 212 with 226 at Möslestr stored for the end of a football game

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 Andrew Abbott


Munich

Hauptbahnhof - 19th September 2002

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 Andrew Abbott Hauptbahnhof - 19th September 2002

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 Andrew Abbott Hauptbahnhof - 19th September 2002

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 Klaus-P. Malchow A privately arranged calvacade of four of the last eight P-class cars in service in the depot shortly before entering service on special route E 27

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 Klaus-P. Malchow Tram/underground stop "Westfriedhof" (Western Cemetary) on segregated tracks. The car on the right is overtaking the car on route 21 which is a short-turn route 20. The trams are R 3.3-class low-floor-level-cars belonging to the newest generation of trams here.
In the background is visible the newest landmark in the north of Munich, the so-called Munich-Tower.

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 Klaus-P. Malchow The location is between Wettersteinplatz and Tegernseer Landstraße on Route 15/25. On this very day the tram and bus service came to standstill for three hours due to heavy snowfall in the night before. As you can see there are only a few motor cars in the street trying to go on. The trams were blocked because when the tracks were cleared of snow the roads were cleared next and all the surplus snow went onto the tracks again. In combination with freezing temperatures that snow formed massive ice-blocks which we could not overcome. More or less all points were frozen, too. In the aftermath this has caused some political irritations within the city council. The snow-ploughs for the roads have been privatized just recently. And they did not care about trams, pavements, zebra-crossings or anything. When the tracks were free of snow later again, trams were running without any interference, very much unlike the road-traffic.
17 Jan 2004

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 Brian Lomas


Oberhausen

Oberhausen teminus at Stockrade. Bus joining point to left

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 Brian Lomas Oberhausen combined tram/busway. System is metre gauge. Note shaped 'Kassel Kerb' to allow bus to dock against platform without danger to tyres.

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 Brian Lomas Oberhausen teminus at Stockrade. Bus bays to left

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