Sunday, January 04, 2015

Leipzig Trams, Leipzig, Saxony, Germany - 9th December, 2014 The Leipzig tram network has 13 lines, and a route length of 148.3 km (92.1 mi), with 510 tram stops, making it the second biggest tram network in Germany, after the Berlin tramway network. This video features footage of trams near Leipzig Hauptbahnhof (the main railway station), as well as at other locations in the City. The footage demonstrates the different types of trams, including old Soviet era trams and very modern 'Flexity Classics', which are a model of light-rail tram manufactured by Bombardier. Although it is marketed as the most traditionally-designed member of the Flexity family, it is nevertheless a modern bi-directional articulated tram with a low-floor section allowing improved accessibility, especially to passengers in wheelchairs. To read more about Leipzig trams, click here: . To read about Leipzig, click here: . If you liked this film there are many more like it on my YouTube channel, which can be found at . Please do check out my channel and subscribe to my videos by clicking the red subscribe button. You can also find my travel films and photography updates on the following: Facebook: please like my Facebook page; WordPress: please follow my blog by clicking the +Follow link; Tumblr: please follow my blog by clicking the +Follow button; Blogger: please follow my blog by bookmarking the page; Google+ just add +stuartmoss ; and You can follow my travels on Twitter @mosstraveltv or by visiting .

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