Residents welcoming the tram as it made its first journey into the city in 1993.
Residents welcoming the tram as it made its first journey into the city in 1993.

Are you in our retro gallery of Sheffield Supertram commuters?

It’s now 30 years since Sheffield’s Supertram was given the green light by the Department of Transport – allowing work to commence on the city’s new network the following year.

Thursday, 16th July 2020, 11:56 am

The initial £240m funding pot allowed work on the first line out to Meadowhall to commence, opening in 1994, and there are now 50 stations over four lines. Initially viewed as a financial failure, the network was privatised in 1997 to change its fortunes.

But how many of these historic pictures have you seen?

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