I did forget an earlier tram over the same route.
On Mon, 4 Jun 2018, 10:17 Mark Skinner emessk@...> wrote:
> 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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