A lonesome DÜWAG car at Claraplatz.
Interior of a DÜWAG.
Green trams meet in a stop.
A "Grand Union" junction at Messeplatz.
A BLT tram climbing up the Steinenberg.
Barfüsslerplatz in the old city center.
This tram turns left...
... and then descends on the steep (about 7,9%) slope of Kohlenberg to Barfüsslerplatz.
From this direction you cannot really judge how steep this street is...
... but it's clear from this point of view. Awsome!
A green BVB car towing a yellow&orange BLT trailer at Marktplatz - probably also the result of rolling stock shortages.
Number 413 - pictured here at Bruderholz - is a special car: it was withdrawn years go, and became a museum car for hire. Due to the unavailability of the Combinos, it returned to regular traffic. It was built in 1948.
The driver's cab. The "steering wheel" is the controller, and you can see the valve of the pneumatic brake to the right, too.
The spartan interior.
The company apologises for the temporary disappearance of the low-floor cars...
We've seen at least three heritage vehicles, but were unable to ride any of them. Location: Aeschenvorstadt.
E11 is the rush-hour auxilliary service for route 11.
This viaduct section at the central station seems quite new.
Route 10 is longest international tram line in Europe: on its 25-kilometers way it passes french territory. Haven't ride that bit either - maybe next time.
Oh no, there's a heritage tram (Be 2/2 190 (1927) + B3 1303 (1933)) again :-)
That loop around the small building inthe middle is probably the tightest arc I've ever seen in a public tram system: it's radius is 12 meters!
Let's say goodbye to this wonderful city with another three-car-set. I hope I can come back soon!