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Old December 1st, 2014, 10:16 PM   #81
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Nottingham celebrates as world-class transport hub officially opens
Thursday 27 Nov 2014





A three-year programme of major improvement work to transform Nottingham’s railway station came to a dramatic finale yesterday (Wednesday, 26 November 2014) as The Honourable Sir William McAlpine, chairman of the Railway Heritage Trust and the Lord Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire (Sir John Peace) visited to officially open the new world-class transport hub.

They were joined for the official opening by Elly Blacknell, a year 9 student at the Becket School, West Bridgford. Elly, from Clifton, aspires to be a Paralympic swimming champion and is a true inspiration, having had her left leg amputated below the knee and undergone chemotherapy following the diagnosis of a rare bone cancer in 2012. Despite this, she now walks unaided with a prosthetic limb and Elly has gone on to pick up numerous medals in national swimming competitions, competing against able-bodied swimmers, and has been an inspiration to her family, coaches and teachers. Her positive attitude and courage led to Elly being given the Nottingham Post’s Child of Courage Award at this year’s Nottingham Heroes Awards.

Over £60 million has been invested in creating the new transport hub at the very heart of the city, which serves more than seven million passengers every year

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The installation of conflict causing barriers alongside the Beckett School

(seriously - what type of eejit thinks - 2you know what, this path that's wide enough for cyclists to pass pedestrians with plenty of space really needs something that forces cyclists and pedestrians to get in one another way, and while we are at it we really should do is ensure that cycles with trailers on the back of them could end up fouling the tram tracks if they've just used the crossing and a rabble of people (like the kids heading to school, or mothers with pushchairs) happen to be attempting to negotiate the barriers at the same time) [/soapbox]




The new level crossing next to the path through to the allotments and under the former GCR bridge.




More conflict creation barriers at the next crossing which remains closed... (and the quality warning on the ground - LOOKBOTHWAYS - took me ten attempts of reading it to work out what they were trying to say.



The split in the path heading to the platforms
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The now complete Compton Acres tram stop



Ruddington Lane Looking South (the path from here will be a cycle path judging by the sign-age)



And looking north.
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And the bit you really want to see - Clifton!

The roads along NET Line 2 are now all open - although in places there is still some traffic light controls or one way running, the end is now in sight! You can now follow the roads all the way through Clifton heading towards the P&R site.



The new path heading towards Ruddington Lane



And the old one heading towards Clifton



The signs showing that, yes, this will be cycle path.




Looking towards Ruddington Lane



And we enter Clifton - footpaths here are signed for Shared Use - ditto the crossings in the distance, once you have crossed them bikes are then routed behind the tram stops



End of the shared used path behind the tram stop and onto the road



Along towards the Leisure Centre



And through the shops



Some work to do at the Green Lane / SouthChurch drive junction ...



... Lots and lots of temporary barriers still here



South of Green Drive



SouthChurch Drive / Farnbourgh Road junction



fundamentally complete - just needs tidying up



Farnbourgh Road showing the pavements still need reinstating properly



Looking back at the junction



Most of Farnbourgh Road looks like this



Looks like some final utility bits are needed somewhere



Approaching the only bit of the road missing surfacing (on the right hand side - no surface between the platform and first rail)



Some landscaping needed too...



And looking back at the last stop in Clifton

Note how the OHLE vanishes south of Green Drive - the supports are in place but not the wires themselves.
NCT's service 48 has now returned to it's normal outbound route, but NCT say


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Trams begin daylight testing on Nottingham light rail extension
9 FEB, 2015



Nottingham’s new Citadis trams have begun day-time testing on the NET network’s extensions to Clifton and Chilwell.

Daylight test runs were due to begin this morning (February 9) in The Meadows and Wilford Lane following a series of night trials on the Clifton line

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Old February 22nd, 2015, 10:24 AM   #85
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Old February 22nd, 2015, 10:46 AM   #86
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18 February, taken from this link:
http://bramcotetoday.org.uk/tram-rou...february-2015/

Toton Lane tram terminus:



From Inham Road towards Toton Lane:



Inham Road tram stop:



Eskdale Drive tram stop:



By crossing on Eskdale Drive:



Towards Bramcote lane:







Bramcote Lane tram stop:



Between Bramcote Lane and Cator Lane:





Cator Lane tram stop:





By Central College:









Chilwell Road tram stop:

















Beeston Town Centre Interchange:



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Old June 1st, 2015, 11:26 AM   #88
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Some photos of a team filming the new trams on one of the new lines:

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I made a trip down to Nottingham today to try to catch some of the testing and training action on the new lines. I was only partially rewarded as it seemed to me that the only movements were using Citadis 231 for some filming on the Clifton Line. However talking to one of the crew on this tram it seemed that there was another shuttling to and fro between Cator Lane and Toton.

Anyway a few shots between the station and Wilford Lane along with some service shots at Station Street.

Here we see 231 at Station Street on its run to Clifton. Incentro 204 waits alongside to leave for Phoenix Park.

P1120004 by Steve Hyde, on Flickr

231 waits on the bridge to enter the new lin.

P1120005 by Steve Hyde, on Flickr

and passes the new station stop.

P1120008 by Steve Hyde, on Flickr

Crossing Queens Road

P1120012 by Steve Hyde, on Flickr

Waiting at the junction of Arkwright Street and Meadows Way

DSC_6529 by Steve Hyde, on Flickr

I next caught up with it Queens Walk where it had met up with the film crew.

DSC_6532 by Steve Hyde, on Flickr

DSC_6533 by Steve Hyde, on Flickr

At Meadows Embankment stop preparing for a run over Wilford Toll Bridge

DSC_6544 by Steve Hyde, on Flickr

DSC_6547 by Steve Hyde, on Flickr

Wilford Toll Bridge

DSC_6562 by Steve Hyde, on Flickr

P1120048 by Steve Hyde, on Flickr

Wilford Village

DSC_6568 by Steve Hyde, on Flickr

Rounding the curve alongside Coronation Avenue before the run to Wilford Lane

P1120056 by Steve Hyde, on Flickr

My next sighting was on the return run alongside the Emmanuel School

P1120094 by Steve Hyde, on Flickr

P1120096 by Steve Hyde, on Flickr

Leaving Wilford Village

P1120104 by Steve Hyde, on Flickr

and finally back at Meadows Embankment were they were unloading all the film gear.

P1120107 by Steve Hyde, on Flickr

A few shots at Station Street

The rather garish 211 waits to leave for Phoenix Park

DSC_6516 by Steve Hyde, on Flickr

A good mix of Citadis and Incentro trams share the service.

Unfortunately identifying the Citadis trams isn't always easy but I am pretty sure this is 224.

DSC_6522 by Steve Hyde, on Flickr

224 and Incentro 204 stand side by side.

DSC_6525 by Steve Hyde, on Flickr
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Old July 14th, 2015, 09:55 AM   #89
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Hello, I’m a tram enthusiast from Manchester. Having seen some of my friend Freel07’s pics, I thought I would come and have a look at one of the new alignments, now nearly ready for opening. It’s a very sleek looking system, both trams and infrastructure. Unfortunately there was no testing on the day I was there (Thurs 9.7.15), but one of the blokes told me it was due to start again on w/c 13 July, with ‘hopes’ for an opening date some time in September. If we are taking bets, I’ll go for Saturday 12.9.15!

So I had to content myself with viewing the alignment itself, no disappointment for me as one of my fascinations about trams is their ability to penetrate a whole variety of different settings that other modes can’t hope to reach – e.g. from people’s doorsteps, through suburban boulevards, tight corners, back alleys, confined spaces, high bridges and across the open countryside. As it was a nice day, I managed to walk the whole distance from the Railway Station to Clifton – here’s my impressions as an ‘outsider’ (in reverse order due to the sun). Apologies if I’m repeating stuff and also for the very large post, 40+ shots (if bored, get yer scrollin’ finger out!)

Anyway, coming in from Clifton South, this line seems to divide itself into two discrete sections, one suburban/residential, the other an express rapid transit through very pleasant open spaces, with new alignment and perhaps part of a former railway. The park & ride at the terminus near the A453 (to the M1 & Birmingham etc) is fenced off at present :-



Inbound down Farnborough Road, at Holy Trinity the tram cuts the corner into Southchurch Drive. In Manchester, there were quite a few vehicle incursions of this type of 'pinch' in the early days, some coming to grief when it changed into a railway track. So they are now changing these blue ‘mandatory’ signs to red ‘No Entry’ (except trams) prohibitions, which seem to be solving the problem (-ish) :-



Modern ecclesiastical architecture along the way . . .





The Peacock at the corner of Green Lane :-



From memory, I think this is Clifton Centre (couldn’t find a ‘geographic’ diagram leaflet). It has a crossover for short workings from the City :-



Clifton Park :-







Still working on the overhead line along Southchurch Drive :-



There is an excellent fish and chip shop near Southchurch Drive tramstop – only £3.10 for full F&C! :-



Swinging around the 'other' corner of Southchurch Drive and Farnborough Road :-



Then the line takes a ‘dog’s leg’ to the left here, and gives us a sudden change of scenery into the open countryside of Clifton Playing Fields :-









The view from the bridge over Fairham Brook :-







The A52 underpass :-



Crossing the B680 :-



At Ruddington Lane tramstop the city makes its first appearance on the horizon,



Along here the walker is confronted with an egregiously long straight footpath, boarded in by high fences on either side. Probably a bit unsafe if you happened to get stranded in the middle with a vagabond! :-



This lady on a tricycle has the right idea :-





Approaching Wilford Lane tramstop, there is a stub turnout to the right, which crosses the road and ends up in a small yard :-





I guess it’s for stabling or demics as I guess there wouldn’t be much need for short workings from the South? :-



Then it’s a continuance of the long straight, what looks like a former railway – the accompanying footpath is now much more open and pleasant :-





Another double bend (where I guess we deviate from the old alignment) brings us round into Wilford Village :-



Wilford Village tramstop approaching the bridge over the Trent :-











Trams will make some nice reflections in the water :-







Queen’s Walk tramstop is on the North side of the river :-



Then we enter a private right of way, one of the most attractive ‘trambaans’ I have ever seen :-



The dark green poles blend in very discreetly :-





Did anyone notice anything on the horizon? :-



It’s doing a static exhibition and safety training etc. for the local school :-

http://www.thetram.net/latest-news/1...n-right-lines/







And so we arrive at the junction with the Chilwell line :-



There always has to be a white van and lorry parked where you don’t want ‘em!! :-



The joint lines can now take the ramp up and over the Railway Station :-



On their way North . . .





Thanks, Nottingham for a great day out!!





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Some photos from the last day before full timetable running...

The area near Karlsruhe Friendship Bridge is really in need to some TLC...





















And a rather ghostly panorama made by Google Photos....

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Some from Queen's Walk this afternoon - couple of observations, when they have next years Riverside Festival they could do with either swapping the entrance and exits round, or stationing someone next to the tram tracks. Most cars were seemingly happy to stop on the tram tracks while in the car park queue.

The live departure boards are lulling people into thinking it's already running - seeing as the Riverside Festival was on today (and therefore attracting people from much further afield than Clifton/Meadows) they really could have done with some signage saying the trams aren't in service and you need to walk to the station. Saying "This tram is not in service" over the PA when people are pressing the door opening buttons doesn't really tell them that the stop isn't going to see ANY in service trams for a few days/weeks/years...











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Nottingham tram launch announcement 'days away'
August 21, 2015



Transport bosses say they are "days away" from being able to finally confirm the opening date of Nottingham's new tram lines.

The extended lines will connect Nottingham train station with Clifton South and Toton.

Line 3 will include a stop at the Queen's Medical Centre, making Nottingham the first city to have a tram to serve a major hospital

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Nottingham tram: New lines will finally start running on Tuesday
August 24, 2015



Nottingham's two new tram lines will finally begin running on Tuesday, it has been announced.

NET and Nottingham City Council confirmed the extended lines from Nottingham train station to Clifton South and Toton Lane would be open to the public from just after 6am tomorrow.

Councillor Jane Urquhart, who has lead responsibility for NET at the city council, said: "This is a really great day for Nottingham

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Nottinghams NET Phase 2 Opens TOMORROW! (25TH August)

http://www.nottinghampost.com/Nottin...ail/story.html

http://thetram.net/history-made-as-n...TRAMROUTESOPEN





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Alongside the construction of 17.5km of new lines, the project has also seen the creation of more than 2,000 free spaces at new park and ride sites, a new tram and bus interchange in Beeston and a new tram stop at the redeveloped Nottingham Station.

It marks the dawn of a new era when NET becomes a true network and, with trams running from every seven minutes, it is all set to provide easier access to key locations right across the city.
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Some photos from the NET Phase 2s opening day!

More photos and info to come, but it's said that literally a few 10s of thousands of people rode on the new lines yesterday!

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Congratulations from Manchester to Nottingham, on your first day of opening! A nice fine day, I took lots of pictures, mainly views from the tram, which I’ll upload in batches if that’s ok. Managed to do both lines in less than 3 hours alighting here and there, believe me all trams I went on between 1030-1330 were full standing, even on 7 min headways!! As I arrived they were just thinning down, some showing Shipstone Street - I wondered if it was a short working back via Hyson Green market, but I asked, and it’s for depot workings. Come to think of it, I don’t think there’s track in place for a return loop there. Everyone seemed happy and chatting about their first journeys, so I was disappointed later that BBC E Midlands Today seemed to be searching out the negatives in virtually all their questions & interviews. But I remember they did that in 2004 as well . . .

Anyway, from the Railway Station platform across the footbridge - and here she comes straightaway for Toton Lane :-



I was pronouncing it ‘Totton Lane’, but the internal announcements and all the passengers I heard said ‘Toe-ton’ :-



The newer trams have a few obstructions to photography, so a few adjustments needed! :-



That’s better! :-



Over the railway bridge near Lenton :-







And over the Clayton Canal bridge :-



Round Abbey Street on to the viaduct :-





Time for a look round the big station in the sky :-



All the paparazzi were out all day! :-















Away we go again :-





Nottingham University – the stop itself is a good way further back :-



Approaching Beeston Interchange – sorry, I hate those all-over adverts: cheap and tacky imo! :-



Waiting for the bus on the other side :-



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More photos carrying on from the previous set!

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Views from Beeston <> Toton Lane and back on the first day

Leaving the Interchange, Chilwell High Road with all its independent retailers, is one of my favourite transits where ‘trams really belong’ like the old days :-



Central College :-



The numbers start to thin out a bit now . . .



Cator Lane :-



The hinterland starts to thin out also, first into playing fields and then open country :-







The final scissors ;-





The return crowds await with anticipation . . .





The remote and isolated location of the terminus somehow reminds me of a 1950s film ‘The Silent Planet’! But it has full facilities, toilets, and both new termini have snack bars on the platform (amenities not to be found on the Manchester system btw.) Virtually all passengers were coming from the Park & Ride, which has masses of capacity. In fact, the place has the feel of many more things to happen in the future here :-







Level interchange is also superb here, especially for the elderly and those with infirmities (not sure what the ‘everything else’ is . . . !) :-



Ideal also for plenty of level bus interchange, as the doors close for the return journey :-













Lovin’ it ! :-



Chilwell. (Hmmm, at least the colour of this one’s not too bad) :-





Back at Beeston Bus Interchange, again ideal for those not so sprightly on their pins :-





Next, Beeston back to Nottingham Station . . .

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