London Tram-link

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  1. Jonas16396

    Jonas16396 New Member

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    Tramlink (formerly known as Croydon Tramlink) is a tram network in the south of London operated by Transport for London. The network is 28 kilometers long, opened in May 2000, located mainly in the district of Croydon and offers numerous connections to train and underground lines.

    Lines 2, 3 and 4 are the main lines. Lines 2 and 4 run every 10 minutes during the day, every 15 minutes in the evening and on Sundays, line 3 every 7/8 minutes. Line 1 replaces line 4 early in the morning and late in the evening and runs every 15 minutes during its operating hours. Lines 1 and 3 run from / to the depot on Therapia Lane. Since February 2018, the line numbers of the Tramlink are no longer displayed on vehicles or used in the official timetable information.
     

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    It would perhaps be interesting to develop the London Tramlink as part of the latest updates on upcoming routes so that would be the second type of transport as part of TFL in the London series after the Bakerloo Line. Would it be possible to do Wimbledon - New Addington via West Croydon perhaps for the Winter or New Year's update. I know that perhaps trams should be cool as a slight popularity as part of this Train Sim World franchise where you can get to ride AI trams.
     

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