THE GS TRAM SITE

MANCHESTER

UNITED KINGDOM

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28 Aug. 2015

The Manchester tram network after a reorganization of the routes and the assignment of route identifying letters


Manchester tram photo

Manchester 2015 tram map

INSET: CENTRAL MANCHESTER

Manchester 2015 downtown tram map



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TRAM ROUTES

Operator: The RATP Group, on behalf of Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM

A Altrincham - Etihad Campus Altrincham - Brooklands - Stretford - Old Trafford - Trafford Bar - Cornbrook - Deansgate - Piccadilly Gardens - Piccadilly Station - Etihad Campus
B Altrincham - Deansgate Altrincham - Brooklands - Stretford - Old Trafford - Trafford Bar - Cornbrook - Deansgate
C Bury - East Didsbury Bury - Prestwich - Victoria Station - Piccadilly Gardens - Deansgate - Cornbrook - Trafford Bar - St Werburgh's Road - East Didsbury
D Bury - Piccadilly Station Bury - Prestwich - Victoria Station - Piccadilly Gardens - Piccadilly Station
E Eccles - Piccadilly Station (Eccles - Salford Quays) / Media City UK - Cornbrook - Deansgate - Piccadilly Gardens - Piccadilly Station
F Manchester Airport - Cornbrook Manchester Airport - Wythenshawe - Baguley - St Werburgh's Road - Trafford Bar - Cornbrook
G Rochdale Town Centre - East Didsbury Rochdale Town Centre - Rochdale Station - Shaw and Crompton - Oldham - Failsworth - Victoria Station - Piccadilly Gardens - Piccadilly Station - Etihad Campus - Droylsden - Ashton-under-Lyne


CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM

NETWORK LENGTH



HISTORY

Tramways

GAUGE

TRAM PRESERVATION

The Museum of Transport , in Smedley, just north of Victoria Station, has a horse-drawn tram, two early electric trams and the prototype Metrolink tram from the early 1990s.


SOURCES

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WIKIS

WEB SITES



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