The Halloween spirit has hit Nottingham this week as 30 tram stops have been renamed.
For a third year running, users can look out for the changes across the tram line and see which of the 30 new names they can spot.
What was Old Market Square, The Forest and Nottingham High School is now Old Market Scare, The Frightful Forest and Nottingham High Ghoul and many more.
Some of the spooky changes:
Nottingham Trent University – Nottingham Trent Woo-niversary
Nottingham High School – Nottingham High Ghoul
Old Market Square – Old Market Scare
NG One – NG Boo
Hyson Green – Hyson Scream
Wilford Village – Wolford Village
The move has proved popular with commuters across Nottingham who say they have enjoyed spotting the name changes during their daily journeys:
Ben Ivanec, a passer by of the “Old Market Scare” tram stop always looks forward to seeing what changes they have made when October hits.
Alongside the name changes, Net Tram has also set up a competition. People are invited to take a selfie with the scary signs and post it to their social feeds, tagging @Nettram with the #tramortreat
The winner will drawn on Wednesday November 1st, when free tram tickets can be won.
Some of the spooky new tram names
“THIS YEAR IS BIGGER THAN WE’VE DONE IT BEFORE” – ANDREW CONROY
Andrew Conroy, chief operating officer at Net Tram Nottingham, said, “We have done this for a couple years now. We have 30 tram stops around the network which have changed their names to reflect the Halloween season.
“My favourite is Wolford Village, in Wilford.”
The Halloween signs will remain up until Monday, November 6th.