Norbreck North - the way we were

March 24, 2016


There is a small whiff of deja vu in seeing the newly opened tram stop between Norbreck and Little Bispham.  Whereas previously the stop was marked by a simple sign (above) and a short stretch of concrete laid alongside each of the tracks with a pathway across between the two safety gates leading from the road - now its very much a case of bells and whistles, platforms and electronics.  A definite plus will be installation of the two new tram shelters - which is a lot more than bus passengers get waiting for the Service 1 - in either direction.  Images taken on the last day of traditional tram service in November 2011.    The Twin-Set (along with a flotilla of other 'specials' was on an enthusiasts tour). All Images  :  John Woodman





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