With the recent introduction of six more trams and a new service pattern, the time seems right to look both back at, and forward to, changes to Tramlink. In the first part of this article we provide an overview of the London tram scene – such as it is – and look at some of its history up until now. Before doing so, a brief note: TfL insists on calling south London’s premier light rail system “London Tramlink.” This is to be consistent with London Buses, London Underground ...
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