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UK trams and tramways of today (2012) Quiz

how much do you know about this revived form of public transport, in citys or working museums. 8 Questions.

 
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Which suburban area of London has trams?

  • Croydon
  • Ealing
  • Highbury
  • Stratford

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What town has the "oldest surviving", and the newest tram system after a controversial 3 years re-build?

  • Manchester
  • Blackpool
  • Sheffield
  • Nottingham

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Where is the only "currently" working tramway in Scotland?

  • Inverness
  • City Life Museum, Aberdeen
  • Edinburgh
  • Summerlee industrial museum

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Where is the only rope hauled tramway in the UK?

  • Seaton Tramway, Devon
  • Sheffield
  • Great Orme Tramway, Llandudno
  • Heaton Park, Manchester

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Can you place the modern tram / light rail systems into the order they opened to the public. Oldest to Newest?

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  • West Midland's (Birmingham)
  • Sheffield
  • Nottingham
  • Manchester

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Can you match the following working museums with tramways to the nearest town or city?

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Left

  • Black Country Museum
  • Beamish Museum
  • Colton Collvile Musuem
  • Sumerlee industrial Museum

Right

  • Newcastle
  • Lowerstoft
  • Glasgow
  • Birmingham

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Which tramway system as a percentage of route distance, uses the least amount of disused railway land?

  • West Midlands Metro (Brimingham)
  • Sheffield Supertram
  • Nottingham NET
  • Croydon Tramlink

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Which of these lines or systems does not use standard gauge track (4foot, 81/2 inch)?

  • Manchester Metrolink
  • Blackpool Tramway
  • Croydon Tramlink
  • Seaton Tramway

 

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