2013. február 22., péntek

Special tram operations - towing, shortening and detouring

Please click on "Show more" and scroll down for the english description! ----------------------------------------­---- Lerobbant villamosok eltolása (de mit keresett egy Ganz a Városmajor környékén?:), ideiglenes rövidítés miatt a Jászain fordulás, rossz váltó miatt az Körtérre csak ki-bejáró Fehérvári úti villamosok, plusz 18-as a külső Bartók felől, KCSV-tilitoli a 2-esen, a Határ úti metróállomáshoz terelt 3-asok és a Koppány utcánál forduló 51-es. ----------------------------------------­---- Non-regular tram activities, like the towing away of broken-down vehicles and temporary shortenings/detours: 0:03- a broken-down Ganz articulated pushed away by a modernised Tatra double-set at Szent János kórház 0:25- announcement on a Combino: this train runs on a shortened route and will reverse at Jászai Mari tér 0:40- our Combino waits until another Combino uses the crossover at Jászai Mari tér 1:06- another such movement from the outside. The crossover is a tight one, squeesed between two overhead posts. 1:35- a KCSV7 (modernised Ganz artic) being pushed by another one on route 2 1:54- a tram 18 coming opposite on its way to get back to its proper side near Móricz Zsigmond körtér: a switch was disabled, so trams reversed here... 2:08- ... while trams stuck on the other side of the broken switch were redirected to Etele tér 2:22- the South-Buda reserve, a Ganz artic, arriving to Széll Kálmán tér 2:31- a tram 3 using the double triangle at Nagykőrösi út from the "wrong" direction - it should have come from the upper left corner. this was a planned detour due to repair works 2:45- route 51/51A reversing on the crossover at Koppány utca, leaving the rest of the route unserviced by trams - but on the left you can already seen the bus supplementing service

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