The tram track labelled for horse trams in the city centre is there, but I
never saw it in use. When the system had its recent major track upgrade
they renewed the "horse tram" connection. I use the inverted commas,
because while it has been used for that, it's also been used for other tram
displays (eg historic electrics) but without overhead. Strange.
On Tue, 15 Jan 2019, 4:27 PM Prescott lenkaprescott@... wrote:
> That's a two-way intermediate turning loop. You can see it on the system's
> track plan:
> Sydney had a larger and more complex version of the same thing at Moore
> Tony P
> On Tuesday, 15 January 2019 15:30:18 UTC+11, Tram Gunzle wrote:
>> I liked the model tram layout at the beginning of this youtube !
>> [image: image.png]
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