Tramway Live Cams
This is Königsplatz in Augsburg, Germany. After display of an advert you will see a moving panoramic picture of the square plus a fixed image from a lower level which updates automatically every 60 seconds. All the town's tram routes cross the square, which is a major transport interchange. At present there are no trams as the entire area is being redeveloped to give better facilities. Work is expected to last until the beginning of 2014.
Also in Königsplatz in Augsburg, Germany a second camera views the building work from the opposite direction. It updates automatically every few seconds.
Here is the Rathausplatz in Augsburg, Germany. The Rathaus is on the right of the view with the church-like Perlachturm to the left in the background. There is sometimes a market in the square. Trams on routes 1 and 2 cross far side of the square, those of route 1 turning into and out of the narrow street immediately to the left of the Perlachturm. The image updates automatically every 30 seconds.
This camera is in Berlin, Germany. It shows Alexanderplatz where trams cross in the mid distance. The view updates every minute, but you may need to use the refresh button on your browser. There are archives of earlier views.
This view is of Hackescher Markt in Berlin, Germany, looking towards An der Spandauer Brücke. MetroTrams on routes M1, M4, M5 and M6 use the tracks here, which form a turning circle through one-way streets. Trams come towards you and those on M1 enter and leave to the left along Rosenthaler Straße. S-bahn trains on routes S5 and S7 and regional trains cross the bridge in the background. After Axis software has been downloaded you will get a moving picture.
These traffic cameras are in Berlin, Germany. You can scroll between cameras. Try Karl-Liebknechtstraße where trams cross the picture. Updates are frequent, but you will need to use the refresh button on your browser.
From Germany we get this view of the Bochum-Gelsenkirchen Straßenbahnen (Bogestra). The camera shows a view of the tracks, trams and the Berger See tram stop of route 302, to the north of Gelsenkirchen town centre. The image is updated every few minutes, but you will need to use refresh on your browser.
Again from Germany we get this view of the Bochum-Gelsenkirchen Straßenbahnen (Bogestra), here in Bochum-Wattenscheid. Supplied by the Bochum Feuerwehr (fire brigade), the view looks down onto August-Bebel-Platz. The image is updated every minute, but you will need to use refresh on your browser.
This camera is in Bonn, Germany. It looks along Oxfordstraße from the Polyglo Language Institute. There is a streaming image with plenty of trams, but unfortunately you have to put up with adverts.
Here is Brandenburg an der Havel, Germany. The camera looks across Neumakt, where trams pass. The image is updated every minute, but you will need to use refresh on your browser.
A view of the River Havel in Brandenburg an der Havel, Germany, from the Pension Havelfloß. Trams on routes 2 and 6 cross the bridge over the river. The image is updated automatically every minute.
The bridge in Ritterstraßer over the River Havel in Brandenburg an der Havel, Germany. The bridge house is now a cafébar and trams on routes 2 and 6 pass by. The image is updated automatically every minute.
This camera is in Braunschweig, Germany. It gives a view from a doctor's practice overlooking the tram stops at Friedrich-Wilhelm-Platz, with the old railway station in the background. Tram routes 3,5,6 and 7 pass by. The image auto-updates about every minute.
Here is a camera in Braunschweig, Germany. It gives a view of the Schloss in Schlosspark near Bohlweg. The tram tracks are to the right of the scene. The image updates every few minutes, but you may need to use refresh on your browser.
A second view of the Schlosspark in Braunschweig, Germany, here seen from Magniviertel. The image automatically updates, adjustable from 1 second to 5 hours. Clicking on the image gives an instant update.
In this range of traffic cameras in Bremen, Germany is one at Am Brill. We are looking in a north-easterly direction (towards Hauptbahnhof). This track is used by route 1. In the middle of the view, trams cross on routes 2 and 3. The camera at "Concordiatunnel" also shows trams. The image updating is automatic but irregular, about every 5 minutes.
This camera shows a view looking across Marktplatz towards the Rathaus (city hall) in Bremen, Germany. Trams on routes 4, 5, 6 and 8 pass by on the square. The image is updated every 30 minutes but you need to use refresh on your browser.
This is a large view of the Weser Tower, a new building in Bremen, Germany. Trams on route 3 run along Eduard-Schopf-Allee, the road at the bottom of the Picture. The image is automatically updated every minute.
Here is a panorama of views from the tower of St. Peter's Church, Chemnitz, Germany. Click on the one called "Carolastraße" and you will get a larger image looking down onto that street, where trams pass by. The image updates once per hour, but there is an archive all the images from the previous seven days.
From the "Koelnverkehr" web site in Cologne (Köln), Germany, we get this series of traffic cameras. Follow the links to "Traffic-Cams" for a page of thumbnail views of the available locations. Click on the one that you require and you will see a larger picture. Under this are the words "bewegte Bilder". Clicking there will give you a stream of images for about 40 seconds, if you have suitable hardware and software. The best tram views are at Barbarossaplatz Süd, Barbarossaplatz Nord, Neumarkt West, Cäcilienstraße Messe Kreisel, and Deutzer Brücke.
This is the Hauptstraße in Coswig, a new town to the north of Dresden, Germany. Dresden's tram route 4 to Weinböhla crosses the road here. The image automatically updates every 30 seconds.
Here is Marienbrücke in Dresden, Germany. Tram routes 6 and 11 cross the bridge. In the foreground is the main line railway. The image is archived every few minutes and can be shown as a slide show.
From Dresden, Germany, we get this fine series of traffic cameras. You will see a map of the location of the cameras. MOST of the locations can have trams! Click on the map to get the full size pictures. The pictures automatically update every 60 seconds.
This view looks west from Worringer Platz onto Karlstrasse in Düsseldorf, Germany. The tramway crosses the lower left corner of the shot. The image is automatically updated every 15 minutes and there is a slide show archive of the day's previous images.
This view shows the recently re-opened stretch of single track in Neuss, west of Düsseldorf, Germany. The camera looks Northwest along Hauptstrassenzug, where trams on route 709 run between Theodor-Heuss-Platz (northern terminus) and Gerresheim on the eastern side of Düsseldorf. The image auto-updates about once a minute.
This and the following camera look at construction work for a new tramway subway in Düsseldorf, Germany. This one shows Schadowstraße. The image is automatically updated few seconds.
This and the previous camera look at construction work for a new tramway subway in Düsseldorf, Germany. This one shows Am Wehrhahn. The image is automatically updated few seconds.
A view of Fischmarkt in Erfurt, Germany with the Rathaus in the background. Trams on routes 1A, 2, 3, 4, and 5 frequently pass and stop at the Fischmarkt/Rathaus tram stop. The image is automatically updated every 30 seconds.
This camera is in Essen, Germany. A tram stop at Altendorf is shown in a streaming video. The stream is sometimes off-line.
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