|Above: YouTubeCA video - Nottm Tram Ride 1902 - Length: 2:36 mins.||Above: YouTubeCA video - Nottingham Slab Square Edwardian tram journey through the city center of Nottingham - Length: 6:09 mins.|
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Operator: Nottingham Corporation Tramways
|1||Trent Bridge - Nottingham Station - Market Place - Mansfield Rd. - Villiers Rd.|
|2||Trent Bridge - Nottingham Station - Market Place - Woodborough Rd. - Mapperley (Westdale Lane)|
|3||Trent Bridge - Nottingham Station - Market Place - Derby Rd. - Alfreton Rd. - Basford - Bulwell|
|4||Colwick Rd. - Bath St. - Market Place - Derby Rd. - Alfreton Rd. - Basford - Bulwell|
|5||Basford - Nottingham Rd. - Mansfield Rd. - [Derby Rd. - Alfreton Rd.] [back: Lenton Blvd. - Lenton - Castle Blvd. - Market Place] - Radford [Loop route, anti-clockwise]|
|6||St. Bartholomew’s Rd. - St. Ann’s Well Rd. - [Market Place - Castle Blvd.] [back: Lenton Blvd. - Radford - Alfreton Rd. - Derby Rd.] - Lenton [Loop route, clockwise]|
|7||Trent Bridge - London Rd. - Bath St. - Market Place - Wilford Bridge|
|8||Carlton (Cavendish Rd.) - Carlton Rd. - Bath St. - Market Place - Nottingham Station - London Rd. - Colwick Rd.|
|9||Wollaton Park - Derby Rd. - Mansfield Rd. - Daybrook - Arnold (Cross St.)|
Operator: Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Tramways Company
|Basford - Cinderhill - Langley Mill - Loscoe - Ripley|
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM
- Urban tramway: 41.7 km.
- Interurban tramway: 18 km.
- Horse tramways: 17 Sept. 1878 - 30 Apr. 1902
- Steam tramways: 1884 - 1885
- First-generation electric urban tramway: 17 Nov. 1900 - 6 Sept. 1936.
- Interurban electric railway: 4 July 1913 - 5 Oct. 1933.
- Revived tramway (Nottingham Express Transit): 9 March 2004 - today.
- Urban and interurban tramway (First-generation): 1435 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.
- Pulling, N. "Systems Factfile No.156: Nottingham, United Kingdom", Tramways & Urban Transit, Oct. 2020 (83: 994), p.392-396.
- Rossiter, W. "Wider impacts on NET Phase Two", Tramways & Urban Transit, Sept. 2016 (79: 945), 347-349.
- "Trams and Lenton", Lenton Times, May 1993 (Issue No.8). (also available online
- Nottingham and District Tramways Company Limited
- Nottingham Corporation Tramways
- Nottingham Express Transit
- Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Tramways Company
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