Okay, that makes sense with the yellow line. Thank you.
> On 14 Oct 2020, at 9:37 am, Mal Rowe mal.rowe@...> wrote:
> On 14/10/2020 08:54, David Batho wrote:
>> I’m assuming the sign above the overhead in your photo, Mal, indicates a terminus?
> The sign showing a tram in a green circle in https://tdu.to/i/75579 indicates a "Fairway" where motor cars are supposed to move off the tram tracks to clear a path for a tram. The yellow line on the roadway defines the tram lane. It's rarely complied with!
> In this case, the END of the Fairway is to allow southbound motor cars to enter the centre lane to turn right at Bell St (where the yellow building is).
> The view looks south in Plenty Rd from the entrance to East Preston tram depot, and 2093 was running in to that depot.
> East Preston closed as a tram depot when New Preston opened, but is now used as the refurbishment workshops for the tram life extension project covering all except the E class.
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