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Trolley Bus

devonjim

master brummie
Modern trolley buses can run a considerable distance "off line" so wouldn't cause this type of hold-up. They certainly don't need the infrastructure that has taken so many years to install around the city centre for the trams.
 

Radiorails

master brummie
The second photo of trolley buses does not suggest a delay due to the buses as they would have been able pass once the one, that apparently skidded, was dewired. The photo does seem to suggest re-wiring and an attempt to get going again
 

Bob Davis

Bob Davis
The second photo of trolley buses does not suggest a delay due to the buses as they would have been able pass once the one, that apparently skidded, was dewired. The photo does seem to suggest re-wiring and an attempt to get going again
Welcome back, trust you are well, thanks Viv your pictures worked a miracle
Bob
 
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