|In a Hanoi museum was this photo of a more modern tram.
|Found in the Hanoi Metropole hotel - a photo of an early Hanoi tram - presumably of French origin.
|When I arrived at Whitty St depot, I was anxious to look over the tram. Found the controller with key in, only the breaker not switched on!
|Whilst in Hong Kong, Frank hired party tram 128 for a group of friends. Food and drink served on board and a trip to Causeway bay and back
|Pre-made front ends for use in repairs/rebuilding Hong Kong trams
|Here is the Green party tram, also available for hire. It was in use the same day.
|Tram 128 illuminated at the end of the trip
|Works Car 200 at Whitty Street depot
|Works Cars in W
|Cars 137 and 154 at Shek Tong Tsui
|Lisbon 323 which went to the Amsterdam Museum and then returned
|442 is one of only 2 remaining light weight box cars out of 89 built
|738 on the left, 353 in the middle and 323 on the right
|Carris 123 recently returned to Portugal after many years in Oxford
|Depot Dawg - Portuguese Mountain breed
|The depot with Leyland PS1 chassis in front
|A beautiful, warm afternoon spent sat outside Armando's Fish Restaurant eating Sardines and drinking Vinho Verde with the trams passing by
|191 on the way to Infante, so busy with my sardines I almost missed it!
|Rounding the corner towards the depot
|Trolley being walked round at Passeio Allegre
|Approaching Senhor da Matosinhos Mercado terminus
|Povoa de Varzim line up
|At the bottom of the hill
|Trackwork on route 25 terminal loop at Largo do Corpo Santo
|Route 25 between Santos and Conde Barao
|This photo was taken on 29 November and by end of 30th was connected
|\Between Santos and Conde Barao looking towards Santos