Tramways in Brussels – the last yellow 7700

Hello to all,

As almost all 7700 series trams in Brussels are painted into the new MIVB/STIB colors, a a special event was held last Sunday, November 17, organized by a group of enthusiasts of the Brussels Tramway Museum (MTUB).

The event consisted of a special tram journey through Brussels with 2 tramways: 1 yellow (number 7725), and one in the green colors of the tramway museum (number 7725). With a large group of people we visited a large part of the Brussels tramway network.

We started at the north-east side of Brussels in Bordet, and went via Schaarbeek to the north (Esplanade and Heysel). We then travelled via West (Jette and Grand Bigard) and South (Anderlecht and Stalle) back to Schaarbeek and Bordet. A long trip, however with nice pictures and memories.

For more information on Brussels Trams, go to the MIVB/STIB website, or the Brussels Tramwaymuseum.

It was cold, a bit dark as we are in November, but I enjoyed it a lot. See you next time.

Place des bienfaiteurs
Place des bienfaiteurs
Between Buissonnets and Araucaria
Between Buissonnets and Araucaria
Esplanade
Esplanade
Heysel with the Atomium
Heysel with the Atomium
Grand Bigard
Grand Bigard
Mennekens
Mennekens
Place Meir
Place Meir
Place des Palais
Place des Palais
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