sorry about the time lsg the internet connection has been vety slow on the last two days. we hadva good day in shenyang with its light rsil stroke tram lines although they are rather old fadhioned in operation and tickeying etc. there are now four tram linesvroutes 1,2,3,5 and another under test which links route three snd the route one snd two airport lines.. this section which hss yet to open is being used for driver training and we noticed that this included using both tracks st the same time in the same direction, this is something rarely seen other than enthusiast specials on othervwise closed or otherwise unoperated sections. our driver was very quick off the mark to understand whatvwascrequired and hanging out of the bus window i managed to get some quite superb footage of the operations which will certainly be ahighlight of the trip and apretty rare event. surpeisingly yhe tram csrsin shenyang are built n changchung up the road and those of changchun built in shenyang back doen the road, all very strange but i suppose it shows market forces in operation. the weather was almost perfect save sfor a few spots from one cloud which drifted over briefly. the day was a vaste improvement on the day vbefore with frustrations all the time and was helped byba jovial guide we called simon, they all oick an englidh name, and he had an amazing grasp of english history. noneof the guides really knewanything about the transport in detail in their city and we discovered line
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