Our hotel in Nagasaki was near the Shiambashi tram stop on lines 1 and 4 and this is where I took the first 3 photos in this series.
Number 1702 running on line 1. A more modern type tram in what appeared to be a standard color scheme for the more modern trams.
Number 1303 was also running on line 1 and appeared to be the same type of tram but in a bright yellow and green paint advertising scheme. Many of the trams were custom painted for advertising. The same is done at home on buses, trams, and even commuter train cars.
Number 377 is another one running on line 1. It was an older type tram done up in a blue and white paint scheme advertising Suntory coffee.
Walking a few blocks took me to a new location where lines 2, 4, and 5 run. Number 1205 is another modern tram in the modern standard color running on line 5.
Near this spot the tram tracks branched off from the street and crossed the river channel on a bridge of their own as number 1503 is doing here. If I ever do a layout that includes trams it will have a scene like this.
Number 202 was running on line 2 and is an older style with a green and pale yellow paint scheme which seemed to be standard for the older trams that did not have an advertising paint scheme.
Next is number 366 in an all yellow paint advertising paint scheme running on line 5.
Last is number 504 in the green and yellow paint scheme running on line 2.
I got lots of tram photos but we also rode these trams to various places we visited while we were in Nagasaki.