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The L3 Kingsford Branch of the CBD and South East Light Rail opened on Friday 3 April at 5am. Check out our favourite photos from the day.
Next service boards advertising the new line – Transport NSW Blog Collection
Tram departing Town Hall for Kingsford – Transport NSW Blog Collection
Two trams on the new L3 line pass on George Street in the CBD – Transport NSW Blog Collection
Tram setting down at the Juniors Kingsford terminus – Transport NSW Blog Collection
Tram ready to depart Juniors Kingsford for Circular Quay – Transport NSW Blog Collection
Signage for the Bus-Light Rail interchange at Juniors Kingsford as a tram departs – Transport NSW Blog Collection
Signage for the Juniors Kingsford Station – Transport NSW Blog Collection
Social distancing measures implemented on trams on the new L3 line – Transport NSW Blog Collection
An L2 Randwick and new L3 Kingsford trams sit side by side at the Circular Quay terminus – Transport NSW Blog Collection
L3 Kingsford tram sits at Circular Quay terminus – Transport NSW Blog Collection
Transport NSW Blog would like to note that these photos were taken on an essential journey that would have occurred regardless of the opening of the light rail. Correct social distancing procedures were followed at all times.
This article first appeared on transportnsw.wordpress.com
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