Re: Why not in MEL?

Typically they have been doing this with trams up to about 20 years of age in Europe but not beyond that, unless they're major rebuilds into virtually new trams as e.g. Pragoimex has been doing in Czech Republic. Then they're like grandfather's old broom with only the broom's bogies left from the original!

Tony P
---InTramsDownUnder@..., <steam4me@...> wrote :
A B class could almost look like this - a 30 year old 2-part tram with a low-floor centre added in the noughties. Or is it too late for the Bs?