Trailer on a bridge. Not the actuating mechanisms for the collapsible lower setps-
A Tram 2000 in the sunshine. As it seems, the route number sheets bear different colors for every routes.
Another slope near the stop Central...
... which is another busy junction.
Route 13 was detoured, so it turned around in a large reversing loop where the rails would go over the river Limmat twice on bridges.
A Mirage set. As you can see, the middle truck is located under the middle part.
Of course the absence of a Jacobs-bogie allowed the articulation tunnels to remain wide. The whole car looks very roomy because of this.
Normally, the second car in a Mirage double-set has no driver's cab, hence it's called a "Blind Cow"...
... but sometimes "normal" Mirages are coupled together, too.
A coupling device.
"Pony tran" (6-axle motorcar + 4-axle powered trailer) in front of the railway station.
The interior of a Tram 2000.
The mechanism that opens and closes the door also actuates the folding lower step.
We haven't seen any of the new low-floor "Cobratrams", but saw this "Swiss Standard" heritage set.
Unfortunately we didn't had time to ride the heritage service.
We were waiting for the chance to take photos of another heritage tramcar, when the tie-track, where the heritage services would start from, have filled up with life: trams of different services appeared and queued through this narrow section swarming with pedestrians.
The other heritage tram was a 1928 2-axle tramcar with an old trailer.
Unfortunately we've had to head for the railway station after taking a few photos. Maybe next time we'll be able to ride these old cars too!