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Old January 13th, 2013, 07:41 PM   #281
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Old January 13th, 2013, 08:01 PM   #282
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Nice trams at Zaragoza. Just wonder xan anyone post more of busses and the tram car
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Old January 14th, 2013, 12:20 AM   #283
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Zaragoza tramway cars are Urbos 3 indeed and, we do not have to go far away to find something similar... Seville tramway is Urbos 3 but with seven cars per tramway (Zaragoza ones are only 5).

There is only one thing different in the tramway all around the world: Urbos 3 is made in Zaragoza (and inside ringer motorway) so transport from factory to sheds is... realy easy.
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Old January 17th, 2013, 03:16 PM   #284
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Nice picture posted by other forumer.

It is a tramway under test. This side will be opened in March-April... but you can see it besides an extended bus and you will notice differences

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Old January 21st, 2013, 04:29 PM   #285
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Old January 21st, 2013, 08:50 PM   #286
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Zaragoza major has said today that final opening will be advanced. We do not know exact date because most advanced one was March 5th and deadline April 23rd.

So... something between those ones the full line
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Old January 26th, 2013, 12:07 AM   #287
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Photo taken by this forumer from a nearby tower to this station.

Despite it seems to be a render, it is a real photo. Just take a look to cars in the left and some pending works.

Today it is the last station in service and very near to Ebro river. Only platform located in the left is being used. In two months it will be just in the middle of the line when the full Line 1 will be opened

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Old January 26th, 2013, 12:12 AM   #288
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And... google street view taken in September 2008.

Take notice that the dark yellow building in the left, the building with white columns in the right and of course, trees and the Roman Walls are the same.

Can anyone find any difference?



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Old January 26th, 2013, 12:16 AM   #289
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Less trees.
And it´s much colder on the first picture.
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Nice trams at Zaragoza. Just wonder xan anyone post more of busses and the tram car
I have a ton of photos of buses on route 35, my favourite bus route, even to the point that now my avatar has a 35.
[IMG]http://i49.************/2cftf79.jpg[/IMG]
[IMG]http://i47.************/2z6d06a.jpg[/IMG]

This one shows it with an Urbos 3. I nicknamed this tram model "The thing".
[IMG]http://i50.************/20qz9mc.jpg[/IMG]

And everything in this world has to come to an end ("Final de línea" means end of line)
[IMG]http://i46.************/rw80vc.jpg[/IMG]

All photos taken by myself. 1st is from November, 2nd from two days ago and the last two are from today.
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Old January 26th, 2013, 01:49 AM   #291
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Less trees.

Except those ones in the pedestrian area, trees remain there.
Take notice than trees in the right have no leaves because winter so the "green effect" doesn't exist. But they remain and in spring will be the same as every year.
Trees besides the Roman walls remain too.

Only missing some "bushes"
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Old January 29th, 2013, 12:38 PM   #292
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We have an opening date for the remaining section! According to news, the tram will arrive to Avenida Academia (It is located to the right of the 3rd photo on my last post) on 26th March. As it happened with the 1st half, it will open on the Tuesday before Easter.
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La Chimenea stop. Tram tests

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Old February 15th, 2013, 06:43 PM   #294
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Tram tests.

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We have an opening date for the remaining section! According to news, the tram will arrive to Avenida Academia (It is located to the right of the 3rd photo on my last post) on 26th March. As it happened with the 1st half, it will open on the Tuesday before Easter.
Recorrido fotográfico de la zona que se inaugurará el 26 de marzo.


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fotos



Parada Plaza del Pilar - Murallas




Parada La Chimenea
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FOTOS

Hace días me recorrí toda la segunda fase. Como dato, entre hacer fotos, pararme, mirar las cocheras y llegar hasta Avenida Academia me costó 1.45h. En tranvía serán 20 minutos.

Eso sí, para ir a la MAZ es mejor Sobrarbe-San Juan de la Peña.

Comenzamos por Puente Santiago



Vista a la Pilarica



Retoques en La Chimenea(añadir que el párking frente al Molière ya está acabado)



Escuela de Artes


Parada María Montessori


Las otras fotos ya las colgaré
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Parada Martinez Soria






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Parada Rosalía de Castro
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Avance de obras Tranvía a la altura de Gran Casa. Tranquilidad en Zaragoza un 28 diciembre @zaragozaonline pic.twitter.com/ppMJpBpV

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Me quedan más fotos. Desde León Felipe y hasta cocheras. Son de estas navidades. Las de Parque Goya en otra tanda.

Parada Pablo Neruda


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Parada Adolfo Aznar


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Parada Campus Norte






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Unas fotillos que me quedaban de Parque Goya:














Parada Avd. de la Academia
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Old March 15th, 2013, 02:20 AM   #296
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This picture, taken by a public entreprise is from Cesar Augusto tramway stop.

You can see part of this avenue with a tramway as well as one of the points where a public bike can be taken to move within the city

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Buses! Zaragoza is not only The Thing (My nickname for the Urbos 3), buses cover the entire city.

Let's start off with this bus:
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[IMG]http://i47.************/2z6d06a.jpg[/IMG]
This time on route 22 . This is Zaragoza Averly interurban bus stop, the second stop for buses going to Huesca. They depart from the main rail & bus station, then they stop here and once again when crossing the tram line on the left side of the Ebro river before heading North on A-23.
[IMG]http://i48.************/199lav.jpg[/IMG]

This could be one of the tram feeder routes (They are mostly empty), but we are far from the tram. Is actually bus number 1040 on route 39 at the Northeast corner of the city. I had it only for me for a while.
[IMG]http://i49.************/20at1z6.jpg[/IMG]

PS: That bus numbered 449 was doing route 50. Normally both routes 44 and 50 are served by the oldest buses currently in service, the 300 series.

And why not route 35 . This bus, number 2221 (If they have a 2xxx number means they are articulated), "raced" agaisnt the tram between Plaza de España and Plaza Aragón stops. Pic is taken from the tram.
[IMG]http://i45.************/30mwxlv.jpg[/IMG]

All new pics are from earlier this week. Once again, taken by me.
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Old March 19th, 2013, 12:25 AM   #298
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Avenida de la Academia stop

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Old March 19th, 2013, 01:15 PM   #299
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Is the grass by the tram tracks real grass, or some kind of artificial astro-turf type stuff?

It looks very green and healthy, I wouldn't be surprised if it was fake

I wouldn't blame them for using fake grass. It'd be cheaper and easier to maintain in the long run.
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It is real grass and in somewhere dissapeared (bad planning) and somewhere "yellow grass" (Zaragoza is not a city to have real grass......

But mailny it is real grass without any problem
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