Bridge slide on One show

20130601-065746 PM.jpg The new tram bridge at Nottingham Station featured on the One Show tonight. The secrets behind how the 104 metre long, 14.5 metre wide, steel tram bridge was slid into place by NET contractor, Taylor Woodrow Alstom, over a live railway line will be revealed. “The idea that such a colossal structure could be moved along with a few bottles of washing-up liquid and half a dozen sheets of Teflon was just incredible,” said BBC One Show researcher Stuart Blackburn. “And all the while, passengers boarded their trains below, completely oblivious.” 20130601-065812 PM.jpg
The new tram bridge at Nottingham Station featured on the One Show tonight. The secrets behind how the 104 metre long, 14.5 metre wide, steel tram bridge was slid into place by NET contractor, Taylor Woodrow Alstom, over a live railway line will be revealed. “The idea that such a colossal structure could be moved along with a few bottles of washing-up liquid and half a dozen sheets of Teflon was just incredible,” said BBC One Show researcher Stuart Blackburn. “And all the while, passengers boarded their trains below, completely oblivious.”
http://www.thisisnottingham.co.uk/Tram-bridge-project-appear-BBC1/story-19145760-detail/story.html#axzz2UrHW9Vs1
Nice to have something positive from the BBC today to balance their web-site nonsense.
Meanwhile a new sign for the tram station at Station Street.

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