|We made it to Iasi and have a room overlooking the tramway. The tram is,of course, an ex-Stuttgart GT4 which was built in 1963 and is probably older than the Timis car in my 1982 picture.
|A room with a view.
|Some of the surplus books I had prepared for sale in March 2009.
|Surplus books on sale in May 2011.
|As previously reported by Andy Bailey, 159's trucks are now ready for final painting and assembly.
|£400 worth of nuts bolts and washers.
|1012 crossing the Arno river bridge - built for the tramway
|A scene that once indicated a closed route but in modern Florence the points have been laid for a future extension
|1007 on a typical reserved track scene
|I was conductor on Leeds 180 yesterday. It is a few years since I have worked on this tram and I was surprised by how smoothly it runs now.
|These two pictures were taken from an open top deck window whilst we were waiting in front of the workshop.
|Publicity photos were being taken for the 1950s event next weekend.
|Twenty years ago we used to spend Wednesday evenings at this time of year cutting back trees. Nowadays this work is carried out by employees and contractors when the Museum is open. Perhaps one of the reasons that nobody wants to be Treasurer is the ever increasing cost base. How much will it cost to light and heat the Stone Workshop and how much extra revenue will it generate?