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Old March 26th, 2015, 11:35 AM   #921
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Major Link Approved...

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Ordsall Chord
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Length: 1km | Developer: Network Rail | Cost: £85m

Current Status: Approved

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Website: http://www.networkrail.co.uk/north/Ordsall-Chord.aspx







A strategic link in Manchester & the North of England's rail network was approved today by the Secretary of State for Transport.

The Chord, a short 1km measure of track, will allow trains to run between Victoria and Piccadilly, Manchester's two biggest stations. However it will also allow trains from north of the city to run direct not only to every station in the city centre - but also to the Airport: meaning wealth is spread across the north of the region.

It also relieves a major bottleneck in the North of England's transport network, centred on Manchester.

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Old March 26th, 2015, 06:55 PM   #923
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Old March 26th, 2015, 07:11 PM   #924
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What's the point in keeping the disconnected tracks in the foreground?
These tracks are once used for original Manchester-Liverpool Railway terminus at Liverpool Road station, which was converted into part of Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester and allowed short ride on Robert Stephenson's Planet locomotive. Plus the same rails used as tram track for Coronation Street set (TV soap opera). Museum is still there but Corrie's set moved to Salford.

Answering your question flierfy, not just you stumbled about disconnection - Network Rail believed that these tracks are meant nothing for them, because they are disused since 1975, when British Rail abandoned warehouses. Here is what they said:

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The removal of this connection is not something that Network Rail takes lightly, and we have explored many alternative solutions before reaching the conclusion that the connection would need to be removed to make way for the chord.
But museum raised concerns saying that it would have "a damaging effect on MOSI visitors, volunteers and income"

I like such attractions and it would be a shame to lose such a ride
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Old March 26th, 2015, 07:44 PM   #925
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Don't forget that it was the World's First Passenger Railway, opening in 1830!
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Old March 26th, 2015, 07:58 PM   #926
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Don't forget that it was the World's First Passenger Railway, opening in 1830!
If I mentioned original Manchester-Liverpool Railway terminus, I meant exactly that
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Old March 26th, 2015, 09:11 PM   #927
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Two official news from TfGM:

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Work progressing on new bus station
26 March 2015


(L-R) TfGMC Chair, Councillor Andrew Fender and Leader of Bury Council, Councillor Mike Connolly, show the latest plans for the new Radcliffe bus station on the site that the station will be relocated to

​Construction of Radcliffe’s new bus station will begin soon.

Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) and Bury Council have been working in partnership to develop an enhanced bus station in Radcliffe Town Centre, which aligns with the Radcliffe Town Centre Masterplan and the council’s regeneration aspirations for Radcliffe.

Following a competitive tendering process, Bethell Construction Ltd has been awarded the contract by TfGM to deliver the new bus station, which will be relocated to the current Dale Street car park

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Another milestone for the bus priority package
26 March 2015


(L-R) Leigh Bus Station Duty Manager Colin Parr, Director of Jamieson contracting Andrew Jamieson, Construction Manager Brendon Kelly and TfGMC Chair Councillor Andrew Fender

​The first of hundreds of new glass panels have been installed at Leigh Bus Station as its £1 million facelift gets under way.

Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) is improving the bus station as part of its bus priority package investment, which will see a guided busway linking Leigh, Atherton and Tyldesley with Salford, Manchester city centre and beyond.

Jamieson Contracting Limited was appointed by TfGM as the contractor for the construction works.

Work started at the bus station earlier this month, just weeks after the bulk of the associated town centre improvements were completed

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Old March 26th, 2015, 10:11 PM   #928
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Manchester and Salford grow major free wifi network, bringing superfast surfing to millions...

Greater Manchester’s ambition to become a top 20 worldwide digital city region has taken a major step forward with the rollout from today of free, superfast wifi to Metrolink trams, more than 200 public buildings and greatly improved on-street coverage.

The innovative £7.25m scheme is being run by Manchester City Council, Salford City Council and Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) – with funding from Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK), part of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.

Thanks to the scheme, Manchester and Salford are providing superfast free wifi in public buildings right across the cities, while free wifi will also be available on Metrolink trams.

Free superfast wifi is to be made available in more than 120 prominent Manchester City Council buildings including all libraries, the Town Hall as well as other civic buildings from community centres, sports centres and park buildings to galleries and museums.

In Salford, unlimited free wifi will be extended to 91 buildings under the banner of _FreebeeSalford, including libraries, leisure centres, The Lowry and Salford Museum and Art Gallery – giving instant access for residents and visitors.

Free wifi has already been switched on at Central Library and at the Town Hall Extension, with a further 119 sites set to be up and running by the end of March. The wifi is under the name _BusyBeeMcr and users can surf with no time limit throughout the week, when these venues are open. Capital funding for the _BusybeeMcr network has been provided by BDUK.

As part of the scheme, £1.7 million has also been invested so that Metrolink customers can surf the web for free, with the roll out of free wifi on every tram. All 96 trams have been kitted out with the new technology, joining the 20 buses running the free city centre Metroshuttle service.

Manchester’s popular free on-street wifi service _FreeBeeMcr, has also been extended to many more city centre streets and locations, creating the biggest on-street network in the UK. Visitors, residents and commuters will be able to log on across more of the city centre, plus selected district centres and the Oxford Road area around the main universities. Selected websites, such as www.manchester.gov.uk and www.visitmanchester.com, are available for free on an unlimited basis via _FreeBeeMcr.

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Councillor Andrew Fender, Chair of the TfGM Committee, said: “Metrolink is not only the largest light rail network in the UK, but now also the first light railway in England to become fully wifi capable, symbolising the region’s digital ambitions.
“With over 30 million passenger trips made on Metrolink every year, this will help hundreds of thousands of people make the best use of their travel time with quick and simple access to free wifi.”

Sir Richard Leese, leader of Manchester City Council, said: “Creating a powerful, nationally significant network of free, high quality wifi services across Manchester is another step towards achieving our goal for Manchester to be a world-leading digital city by 2020.

“We can now offer superfast, free internet connectivity close to people’s homes all over Manchester and have also greatly enhanced our city centre coverage, creating the largest on-street network in the country for our residents, visitors and businesses.

“This scheme will bring huge social benefits and help to support the continued growth of the city’s economy.”

Ian Stewart, City Mayor of Salford, said: “As home to MediaCityUK, Europe’s biggest purpose built community of digital businesses, this is another step in making Salford a truly digital city within a vibrant city region. So much more is being done online, from shopping to applying for benefits, that we want to include as many residents and visitors as possible.”

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Old March 28th, 2015, 12:51 AM   #929
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I thought I might have a trip to Victoria this evening to try for a few night time shots. Whilst overall it looks so light and open now I was disappointed to see that the effect lighting intended to highlight the profile of the old roof wasn't illuminated.

DSC_5581 by sghyde, on Flickr

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DSC_5620 by sghyde, on Flickr

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DSC_5626 by sghyde, on Flickr

DSC_5630 by sghyde, on Flickr

DSC_5635 by sghyde, on Flickr

DSC_5652 by sghyde, on Flickr

DSC_5654 by sghyde, on Flickr

DSC_5657 by sghyde, on Flickr

DSC_5661 by sghyde, on Flickr

DSC_5666 by sghyde, on Flickr

DSC_5675 by sghyde, on Flickr

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Sorry this is out of focus but I was rushing for my train.

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Old March 28th, 2015, 01:44 PM   #930
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Meanwhile at Deansgate-Castlefield...

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DC Update

First some I forgot to post from Monday.

Lights on the top of more of the OHLE poles



Lamp post at the city end of the island has been replaced with a curvy one


Fencing up on the new outbound platform edge


And then from tonight

Shelter supports going up on the new outbound


And concrete has been poured for the base of the new lift/stairs/living wall
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Old March 28th, 2015, 07:36 PM   #931
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What is the modal share of Manchester?
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Old March 29th, 2015, 12:34 PM   #932
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Victoria By Night...

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Possibly pushing my luck here but one or two more from my Victoria sortie last night.

DSC_5672 by sghyde, on Flickr

DSC_5673 by sghyde, on Flickr

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This area between the bottom of the Arena stairs and the booking office seems a little dark.

DSC_5616 by sghyde, on Flickr

DSC_5627 by sghyde, on Flickr

DSC_5628 by sghyde, on Flickr

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DSC_5645 by sghyde, on Flickr

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DSC_5659 by sghyde, on Flickr

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Even the old Platform A board is illuminated.

DSC_5664 by sghyde, on Flickr

DSC_5667 by sghyde, on Flickr

Another of the temporary WW1 display, the steel gate at Soldiers Gate was open last night.

DSC_5674 by sghyde, on Flickr

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DSC_5685 by sghyde, on Flickr

I guess that's enough now!
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Old March 29th, 2015, 01:09 PM   #933
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Progress on Wythenshawe Interchange:

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Took some photos today. Heres an overview

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The Sandstone

IMG_5392 by Richardio123, on Flickr

IMG_5393 by Richardio123, on Flickr

IMG_5394 by Richardio123, on Flickr

From lower down

IMG_5395 by Richardio123, on Flickr

Its almost done

IMG_5396 by Richardio123, on Flickr

IMG_5398 by Richardio123, on Flickr

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Second City Crossing at Exchange Square:

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Quick couple from me!



And on Airport station fourth platform:

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Some pictures from today of in and around the Airport train station

First time I've seen this side of the road bridge free of works in a long time

IMG_5433 by Richardio123, on Flickr

On the other side however there are still works going on installing the emergency stairs.

IMG_5434 by Richardio123, on Flickr

IMG_5435 by Richardio123, on Flickr

Platform 4 now has name boards

IMG_5439 by Richardio123, on Flickr

And lights

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No signs of any PIDs yet, though! (apart from the obvious Metrolink one )
IMG_5441 by Richardio123, on Flickr
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Old March 29th, 2015, 01:39 PM   #934
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Official from TfGM:

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Leading councillors welcome progress of new Bolton Interchange
27 March 2015

​The new Bolton Interchange is progressing well, with major plant and equipment now on site in preparation for the next construction phase.

The next phase of work involves the installation of piles and foundations across the site as well as drainage works to construct the new Interchange substructure. This work will be ongoing throughout the spring.

The vision for Bolton is a 21st century, modern transport interchange, a gateway that will benefit transport users and the wider Bolton community. It is due to open late 2016.

The new interchange, being built on land bounded by Newport Street and Great Moor Street, will replace the existing Moor Lane bus station and provide vastly improved waiting areas, passenger facilities, information, safety and security

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Out and About On Metrolink...

The latest addition to the fleet...3096 seen here awaiting departure from MediaCityUK with BBC offices in the background...

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I quite like this poster at Piccadilly stop telling passengers that trams are running between Piccadilly to Victoria now.



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3096 at Chorlton with a Manchester Airport to Firswood service
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mmm try next tram to Alty Monday morning!
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3 MCUK-Cornbrook (out of Queens Rd 3005/31/39) Picc to Eccles were direct but no announcements about this at MCUK etc
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Smart sets of pics to-day folks! I particularly like this one, well-composed rich, always good to see something from a different angle . . .


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Took some photos of the Airport etc today

Heres the new paths to Shadowmoss' park and ride

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The carpark is finished with streetlights and road lines

IMG_5404 by Richardio123, on Flickr

3070 crossing 3082 on its way to Firswood due to earlier delays

IMG_5408 by Richardio123, on Flickr

IMG_5409 by Richardio123, on Flickr

Looks like some sort of barriers may be installed

IMG_5410 by Richardio123, on Flickr

from over the hill

IMG_5412 by Richardio123, on Flickr

3070 on its way to Cornbrook

IMG_5413 by Richardio123, on Flickr

IMG_5415 by Richardio123, on Flickr

3083 on its way to the Airport

IMG_5417 by Richardio123, on Flickr

Manchester Business Park always does a nice job of landscaping.

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A little bit of a Manchester Transport related April Fools article, courtesy of the UK's 'Buses Magazine':

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Spoof article on a New Mancunian bus in this month's edition of Buses mag (April fool time again). From reading it, I'm sure the writer was a forum member.

Will scan a copy in if I can.
Very funny indeed, and rather clever (the Buses look really realistic), here you go:





I particularly like the 'Childrens' timetable cases' as well. It made me laugh out loud.
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Really funny Thanks, pjm0512
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Great find pj
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Ok prompted by tomsskyscrapercity on the Metrolink Extensions thread here's an update from today.

We start at the Victoria end of the project.

The rails laid as part of the Victoria job along with the associated OLE now await the connection to the MPT 2CC project.

P1100593 by sghyde, on Flickr

And the MPT rails are very close by!

P1100594 by sghyde, on Flickr

The southbound line is in place as far as Withy Grove and road traffic has been using the alignment for a week or two now between Todd Street and Withy Grove.

P1100596 by sghyde, on Flickr

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This means that work has now commenced on the foundations for the northbound line.

P1100601 by sghyde, on Flickr

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Further south in Exchange Square..

the first part of the southbound line has been in place for a while,

P1100609 by sghyde, on Flickr

but now rails have appeared on the nortbound line where the platform will be located.

P1100610 by sghyde, on Flickr

P1100615 by sghyde, on Flickr

P1100616 by sghyde, on Flickr

and opposite the Arndale Entrance we have both sets of rails

P1100621 by sghyde, on Flickr

From the Arndale link bridge..

looking north

P1100622 by sghyde, on Flickr

P1100625 by sghyde, on Flickr

and looking south

P1100626 by sghyde, on Flickr

Back at ground level the sub-base is in place.

P1100629 by sghyde, on Flickr

P1100631 by sghyde, on Flickr

along with that isolated section of the southbound line that was laid in January.

P1100635 by sghyde, on Flickr

Now south of Market Street looking along Cross Street, from here utility diversions are still ongoing right along into St Peters Square.

Opposite the Royal Exchange building.

P1100635 by sghyde, on Flickr

P1100639 by sghyde, on Flickr

Exhumations still in progress at Cross Street Chapel.

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Cross Street closed south of King Street.

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Tib Lane area.

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P1100645 by sghyde, on Flickr

A bit more old rail now being used to support the cable ducts.

P1100646 by sghyde, on Flickr

Work has started on the south side of Princess Street.

P1100650 by sghyde, on Flickr

P1100652 by sghyde, on Flickr

P1100655 by sghyde, on Flickr

P1100657 by sghyde, on Flickr

In St Peters Square...

the site of the 1CC outbound line

P1100664 by sghyde, on Flickr

The cap over the church crypt has been sealed and waterproofed.

P1100666 by sghyde, on Flickr

P1100668 by sghyde, on Flickr

That short section of the outbound line awaits connection to the rest of the network.

P1100672 by sghyde, on Flickr

P1100675 by sghyde, on Flickr

On Lower Mosley Street the preparation of alignment for the outbound line is well under way.

P1100676 by sghyde, on Flickr

P1100677 by sghyde, on Flickr

So overall there is plenty of progress.
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A brief visit to Deansgate Castlefield

I know we have had trial grass trays in place for a while now but how long have the ballast trays been down? Also I though the ballast where used was to be a green tint.

P1100758 by sghyde, on Flickr

Always nice to get a tram in shot but this was really to show the low fence that has been erected alongside the inbound line.

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I think this has been pointed out previously but SPAS beacons are now appearing.

P1100753 by sghyde, on Flickr

The footbridge was sealed up completely and it sounded as though they were grit blasting the steelwork.

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Core drilling for the erection of shelter columns,

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most of which are already up.

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P1100737 by sghyde, on Flickr

Point heaters have appeared on a number of points. The thing silver coloured strips are the elements.

P1100735 by sghyde, on Flickr

The hole in the wall for the new entrance landing along with the foundation excavation,

P1100730 by sghyde, on Flickr

along with the lower level foundation hole on Whitworth Street West.

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