Hello again, just to let you know the tracks were called the Niger lines named after one of the early locomotives to run on them. Me dad said when he was a kid in the late 1910's early 20's him and his dad would go scrattin on the Niger lines lookin for lumps of manganese which the old rails were made of. By this I mean old to them 100 years ago!tilly wrote:First hi Bill i always look at your photographs on flickr always give you a like star.You are right about us having the same interests but then we were kids at the same time thanks for your reply.Hi volvojack the tram ride through miggy woods was like being on the big dipper at Blackpool i must say i did more walking than riding used to walk up the niaga line dont know if thats how you spell it, joined it at Jack Lane up to the coal staiths on Hunslet Moor. The tram did a right there up to miggy we would walk past Park Side rugby ground up to farmer Wards field the leave the track and go up to miggy clearing good days.
Attached is a pic of tram seats, are these the type you mentioned?