I think the concrete blocks they put them on look a bit unsightly and could have opted for something else, as well the blocks are too high unless they plan to build somekind of step to get into them, and will they be wheelchair accesible?
Also what they did with the lights looks a bit dodgy too, but i know what else they could have done.
Plus, why only 2? why cant they have a few more of them, but i guess 2 are better than 1.
Do we know if those trams still have that orange fencing around them?
Wattle Park has had two bodies for yonks, longer than I can remember
Replacement tram at Wattle Park hit by vandals
Resident Doris Backman is upset one of the new W-class trams in Wattle Park has been vandalised.
JUST two weeks after two heritage W-class trams were set down at their new home in Wattle Park, vandals have sprayed graffiti on both sides of one of the trams.
Nearby resident Doris Backman, 81, said she was "disgusted" after park rangers drew her attention to the vandalism.
"I knew it would happen. I don't know what enjoyment the graffiti artists get out of it," Mrs Backman said.
"I just didn't expect it to happen so soon."
Mrs Backman is a keen photographer and regularly walks through the park with her dog, Misty.
"The anti-graffiti paint that was used on the trams just means that it's easier to clean off," Mrs Backman said.
"But that doesn't take into account the labour hours involved for rangers to clean it all off."
Mrs Backman was one of the key instigators behind a book published on the park. She said the lack of a curator contributed to the problem.
"There's no one there to look after the park," Mrs Backman said. "I know police and some security companies patrol past the park, but they can't be there every minute of every day."
Burwood police said anti-social behaviour in the park occurred "from time to time", but was more common over the summer months.