Re: Re: Tiny tram world
  Andrew C

If that was yesterday or today there was a gas leak in Toorak Road and
trams could not pass the Fawkner Park shunt, so there was a lot of bunching
and bank ups. The leak was still not repaired by 4pm today.


On Thu, 17 Sep 2020 at 14:18, Mal Rowe mal.rowe@...> wrote:

> On 16/09/2020 17:12, Mal Rowe wrote:

> > A bit further north the track zig zags again and the second pic shows

> > 2061 rejoining a due north alignment at Reynard St for the final run

> > to the terminus.

> >

> It took me about 8 minutes to walk to the terminus at West Coburg.


> As I arrived another tram was just leaving and 2061 was sitting south of

> the terminus because there were two trams in the terminus.


> It was another 5 minutes before one of the trams left and 2061 was able

> to run to the end.


> The service frequency is 8 mins at that time of day - so 2061 was at

> least 15 minutes ahead of schedule due to light loads and light traffic.


> Mal Rowe - finding photography easier with light traffic



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