More London Trams

User: Nodding Cat Channel.
Language: English.
Date: Before September 26, 2012.
City: London (United Kingdom).

The video shows

London Transport Executive (LTE) (closed)
Tram line 3, in the direction towards Wimbledon.
Low-floor articulated tram 2532, manufacturer Bombardier, type CR4000, serie 2530-2553, on extra line 4, in the direction towards Elmers End.
Tram line 1, in the direction towards West Croydon.
Tram line 2, in the direction towards West Croydon.


Trams are tops presents shots of trams in South London.

Coydon's Tramlink is operated with a total of 30 splendid lime green and blue trams. The original fleet comprised 24 articulated low floor Flexity Swift CR4000 trams built by Bombardier Transportation in Vienna. The trams are numbered beginning at 2530, continuing from the highest-numbered tram 2529 on London's former tram network, which closed in 1952. In 2006, the CR4000 fleet was refurbished, including a repaint into a new green livery.

On 18 August 2011 TfL announced that Stadler Rail had won a £16 million contract to supply six Variobahn trams. They started service in spring 2012, and are seen in this film.

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See also

Line: London tram line 26
Links about trams in London
Museum: London Transport Museum
Company: London Transport Executive (LTE)
Videos about trams in London

Last updated: December 17, 2020.

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