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Saturday, 19 February 2011

The return of the tram

So, after two months, the Politanlink is once again running along the viaduct, in the week that seems to conclude most of the long running drama caused by the tram.

I am glad the tram is back up and running, it has always added more atmosphere to the area (especially since it's first on-screen appearance during Kelly's exit). I thought that Coronation Street would probably scrap the tram after the tram crash, but thankfully they have kept it.

Though, everytime I hear that rumble...

6 comments:

Blackie Bird said...

Arnt they bringing the driver in as a character as well?

PeteJK said...

^ They seem to have forgotten the Tram driver, I'm sure he was suppose to return to the crash sight? But somehow I don't think he is anymore?

Anonymous said...

I think it makes Corrie seem weird - that noise. An "everyday street"... yet how many of us everyday people live right next to a noisy tram-line?

Cobblestone said...

Well, an awful lot of people live next to railway lines and, oddly, you stop hearing the trains after a while ... just as I think we'll stop hearing the trams shortly ... ;)

Anonymous said...

Yes, but it's not "everyday" - the vast majority of people don't!

Anonymous said...

Actually, EastEnders has a railway arch too, doesn't it? Perhaps soap folk are naturally prone to living near train and trams! :)

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