Re: Adelaide test runs
  Mark Skinner

The Sunday night's testing started with a very slow progress over the King
William Street intersection and up to the East End stop. Stops were made
before each set of points, lights and any structure that might impinge on
the loading gauge. The return journey was made in the same manner. Then a
repeat trip was made over the same section at walking pace, stopping only
for lights.

Thus, the "banana poles" were never jiggled to any extent.

It was notable that about 40 hi-viz jacketed observers, plus the usual
suspects (enthusiasts) were in attendance. In speaking to these guys,
there was some surprise on their part that a), there were people interested
in trams and who b) noticed the "banana poles".

I was a bit surprised they didn't have a Citadis doing the trip as well.
However, this is continuing for some time, so obviously later for that.

On Mon, 4 Jun 2018, 09:17 Mal Rowe mal.rowe@...> wrote:

> Thanks Mark,


> Did the trams get through without any more movement of the 'banana

> poles' on the eastern side of North Terrace?


> Mal Rowe


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