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