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S-Tram City Photos

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JoshuaGellock

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S-Tram City Photos

Welcome back! It's been a little while since the last update, so I apologize about the delay. 

Today's update is simple: I'll be showing some shots of the S-Tram system. S-Tram is Shiloh's city-wide tram system. The system was originally individual lines branching out from the city's core. Today, the system is comprised of two loops: the city loop, and the downtown loop. There is also a spur line that runs parallel to the highway.

I hope you all enjoy the images. All pictures can be viewed in full resolution by simply opening the picture's web address in a new browser window.

Here is a shot of the spur line. This section of the system was completed in the late 1950s. 

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This station was recently renovated (1995). The city wanted to encourage more riders in this specific neighborhood. Where's the tram? The city's project is still in progress. 

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This is where the loop and the spur line split. Seen here, the tram is departing from a local station (about 60 passengers on-board). 

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Here is a shot of the night tram passing through downtown by Shiloh University. The high-rises by the ave serve as dorms and there is plenty of room to park-and-ride. 

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I'll be sharing more pictures of Shiloh next time.

Thanks again for stopping by to check out Chora. Your comments, feedback, and ratings are appreciated!!!

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Thanks for the comments! Although Retep, I haven't been able to find that long version you use of the Tram-in-Ave I am showing here. I believe Cogeo made it. 

I also wanted to say thank you to those who recently rated the CJ. I appreciate it! 

Finally, I also want to say thank you to those who created the NAM. The tram system is excellent and even better with the dragable GLR. Good stuff NAM team!

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Amazing work!

Where did you get that GLR station in the second pic ( I do think it's a station)? I have seen it anywhere.....

You never cease to amaze me....I love this CJ. 

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Great, I just read through the whole of this cj, I feel inspired to do some big rail projects in my cities again

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