We haven't really seen signs of a unified livery: here a "red-faced" Wegmann motorcar, sporting some ads on the side, tows a trailer car with another kind of livery.
Express tram: route 4S runs the same way as route 4, but it doesn't halt in all stops.
Another colorful Wegmann motor+trailer unit.
These vehicles were designed with modularity in mind, many of their parts are standardised...
... like the front and rear ends.
The interior of a trailer.
The terminus of tram routes 2, 3, 3S and 10 at depot Gröpelingen.
Two low-floor cars waiting in the reversing loop.
The depot staff was very kind, they showed us around inside. This is the same rail grinder we saw earlier.
The actual grinding job is done by this small trailer, I believe, while the old tram was full with auxiliary equipment.
The first of the Wegmann GT4's.
This strange thing was used to test the safety clearances of the future low-floor tram type. It was towed by a works car during the night downtimes to see where the renovation of the tracks - with bigger distance between the two directions - is necessary
The remnants of a GT8N severely damaged in an accident.
A snow-plough pushed by an old works car.
Tram 10 waiting for departure. Note the uneven way the vehicle stands on the track: the balancing mechanism of the articulation joints utilises torsional springs, so the tram won't stand straight for a while after a curve - until the torsional forces pull the sections into their "even" place.
The interior of these trams is guarded by CCTV cameras.
Unfortunately our time in Bremen ran out, se we've had to get back to the main station. On our way we caught this depot-ride at our favorite stop, Domsheide.
I must say I liked this city very much - and its trams, too!