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Newcastle On Tyne
dead subway, dead LRT under construction
Lawd Have Mersey!
There is no true subway in Liverpool,though a 3 line LRT, "Merseytram", was approved in December, 2002. Sadly, the project was abandonded in 2005. Despite hopes for
a regurgitation in 2008, the system still remains constipated.
In 1956, the city's Liverpool OverheadRailway, which included a subway at it's downtown terminus. was,sadly, abandoned. In late 2009, it was announced that a small section of the line would be revived as part of a Liverpool museum.
There is a 5.8 mile Merseyside subway tunnelthrough which a 49 station, 51.5 mile commuter train network is run andis sometimes classified as a subway.
RailInfo'spage on the proposed Merseyside Metro
LiverpoolOverhead Railway Page - Great stuff by Andy Gaskell
Car Number 7, one of the 2 surviving cars at theSERA in the UK
Mersetram Official Home Page
17 Stations to Dingle - A History of the LOR
Portrait of the Liverpool Overhead Railway - An Illustrated History by Adrian Jarvis
Docker's Umbrella: The History of Liverpool Overhead Railway