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9 total matches for Thursday, 14 June 2012, ordered by date.

Myki FPD with the display in 'night mode'

Onboard a C class tram - the Tram Driver Console has a 'night mode' option available, which sets every screen to a monochome mode. (but supposedly some early FPDs were monochrome, before the specification was changed)

14 June 2012 13:51 PM
Viewed 894 times
(1 time this week, 6 times this month, 49 times this year)

In album: Myki

Technician working on a MVM1 ticket machine at Parliament station

14 June 2012 14:01 PM
Viewed 682 times
(5 times this month, 53 times this year)

In album: Metcard

More vandalism at Parliament station, this time on platform 2

Presumably the vandals snuck in the night before via the tunnels

14 June 2012 14:03 PM
Viewed 1679 times
(5 times this month, 97 times this year)

In album: Vandals and scroats

Vandalism along the walls of platform 1 at Parliament station

Presumably the vandals snuck in the night before via the tunnels

14 June 2012 14:04 PM
Viewed 2481 times
(1 time this week, 14 times this month, 142 times this year)

In album: Vandals and scroats

'Rail Network Emergency Response Vehicle' (RNERV) stored in a cupboard at Parliament station

14 June 2012 14:04 PM
Viewed 112 times
(1 time this month, 112 times this year)

In album: City Loop

'Rail Network Emergency Response Vehicle' (RNERV) stored in a cupboard at Parliament station

14 June 2012 14:04 PM
Viewed 199 times
(1 time this week, 2 times this month, 199 times this year)

In album: City Loop

Vandalised PIDS at Parliament station

Presumably the vandals snuck in the night before via the tunnels

14 June 2012 14:05 PM
Viewed 1354 times
(7 times this month, 70 times this year)

In album: Vandals and scroats

Tags spray painted along the walls at Parliament station

Presumably the vandals snuck in the night before via the tunnels

14 June 2012 14:06 PM
Viewed 1290 times
(6 times this month, 79 times this year)

In album: Vandals and scroats

'Safety first / watch your step please' sticker on a W class tram

14 June 2012 14:09 PM
Viewed 808 times
(5 times this month, 48 times this year)

In album: Melbourne tram bits and pieces