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Operator: Nottingham Express Transit
||Hucknall - Toton Lane Line
||Hucknall - Moor Bridge - Highbury Vale - Basford - Hyson Green - Old Market Square -
Nottingham Station - Beeston - Toton Lane
||Phoenix Park - Clifton South Line
||Phoenix Park - Highbury Vale - Basford - Hyson Green - Old Market Square -
Nottingham Station - Silverdale - Clifton South
Note: The route designations HT and PC are for clarity only. They are not used by the operator.
- Horse tramways: 17 Sept. 1878 - 30 Apr. 1902
- Steam tramways: 1884 - 1885
- First-generation electric tramway: 17 Nov. 1900 - 6 Sept. 1936.
- Revived tramway (Nottingham Express Transit): 9 March 2004 - today.
- Tramway (First-generation tramway): ? mm.
- Nottingham Express Transit: 1435 mm.
- Bett, W.H. & Gillham, J.C. Great British tramway networks. London: Light Railway Transport League, 1962.
- "Bringing Nottingham together", Tramways & Urban Transit, Special Supplement, Nov. 2015 (78: 935), 30p.
- "Nottingham Express Transit - Light rail operator of the year" Tramways & Urban Transit, June 2008 (71: 846), p.225-232.
- "Nottingham: First tram is almost ready to roll", Tramways & Urban Transit, Sept. 2002 (65: 777), p.329-332.
- Rossiter, W. "Wider impacts on NET Phase Two", Tramways & Urban Transit, Sept. 2016 (79: 945), 347-349.