'yellow tram sheffield timetable' is an ongoing research project by David Addison stemming from the initial question: which two pieces of music would you like played at your funeral?
Submissions will be compiled and aim to inform a visual art project in 2018. Possible outcomes include a public exhibition, critical text(s), digital archive, printed publication or presentation within an audio format.
Please share with anyone you feel may be interested or benefit in somehow from tackling the question. A varied dataset of ages, locations, gender and cultural identities will help realise a more fully formed response and critical understanding. If you would like to discuss any aspects of the project in further detail then please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
All submissions can be made anonymously, if contact details are provided then any personal data will be stored securely and if presented publically you will be consulted for consent before any distinguising information is released in a public facing format.
A 'song' here is defined as any piece of recorded music or other composition of sound, instrumental or otherwise. Please supply the performer(s) of your chosen version of the piece rather than original writer if different.
What's New Evening service withdrawn on all tram services. Tram services will operate to a special timetable from around 0800 until around 2000. The tram stop serves Arundel Gate, part of the Wicker and Castle Square, which the tram stop was named after. Supertram consists of three routes radiating from Sheffield city centre to Meadowhall, Halfway and Middlewood. Meadowhall Interchange (S Yorks Supertram) (1) 00:10: 05:45: 06:05: 06:25: 06:45: 07:05: then every 10 minutes until: 09:05: then every 12 minutes until: 15:17: 15:30 Tram Sheffield City Hall has it's own tram stop on both Yellow (Meadowhall to Middlewood) and Blue (Halfway to Malin Bridge) routes. At around 0830 this morning trams 118 and 120 were involved in a collision in Shalesmoor tram stop, on the city (inbound) p... latform. Christmas bus, tram and train travel. Ticket acceptance with Stagecoach buses was quickly put in place and yellow/blue from trams from Meadowhall/Halfway were terminated at Netherthorpe Road before running on to use the crossover just beyond this stop. Travelling over the festive period will look a bit different this year, remember to follow the Gov.uk Coronavirus guidance to help you travel safely. Sheffield Supertram operates 25 trams, numbered 101–125 (originally 01–25). Tram on tram collision in Sheffield. The exact details of the new timetable have not yet been publicly revealed (this will follow in mid-December) but Supertram have given the headline changes in a special flyer: Monday to Friday (Blue & Yellow) Until 0700 – trams every 20 minutes 0700-0930 – trams every 10 minutes 0930-1600 – trams every 12 minutes In addition engineering works on Network Rail will impact Tram Train services on 8th and 9th August. For more detailed information please visit www.supertram.com. There are four powered bogies - one under … 56 : Saturday evening buses added X1/X10 : Monday to Friday peak time changes X57 : Fri & Sat late journeys withdrawn. Last updated: 24 December 10:12 - added note that last bus and tram times on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve are available on our service change page. It is served by all four tram routes. Services from 25th July - Blue route will run from Malin Bridge to Sheffield Station to a new timetable at pre-covid frequencies (up to every 10 minutes). BLUE YELLOW PURPLE OUR ROUTE TO HALFWAY - Yellow route will return to the normal pre-covid timetable. X78 : minor timetable changes throughout. If you are catching a train, our Sheffield Station tram stop is directly linked to the rear of the station and all the train platforms by a footbridge. The units have three articulated sections with a total length of 35m (114ft). Advance notice Christmas arrangements 24th & 31st - services finish EARLY 25th - NO BUSES OR TRAMS 26th & 1st Jan - limited service ONLY Details later Festive Special Blue Route (Halfway - Cathedral) plus Yellow Route (Meadowhall - Middlewood). The trams were built by Düwag, Germany (now part of Siemens). Castle Square is a tram stop in Sheffield City Centre. A reduced timetable will operate across the network until further notice. Castle Square tram stop is convenient for Tudor Square, home to the Sheffield Theatres complex, Millenium Galleries and Winter Gardens.
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