It looks like City Sightseeing (www.city-ss.es) have the Wally concession in Nerja so the tourist train could be here to stay, at least for a while.
Wally was in Plaza Cavana today. Wondering whether this is a temporary aberration or it is actually returning again after several years. I believe licensing/concession fee issues were the reason it stopped last time.
We may have a Cueva Tren – Caves Train – now but we seem to have lost the regular Wally this summer. It happened once before a few years back before reappearing as if nothing had happened. This time, though, it looks like a permanent cessation of trading according to its Facebook page.
Resplendent in red, the Fuengirola Wally Trolley ferries people around the town.
We have a new Wally in Nerja now, a second one, and it is red. It connects the Nerja Museum to the Nerja Caves via the Parque Verano Azul.
He’s on the bridge! Not the usual route for the Nerja Wally Trolley by any means.
For a few days, a solar-powered Wally is in Nerja and offering free rides.
The town of Benalmádena, west of Málaga, also operates a Tourist Train.
The city of Geneva boasts several Wallys, including this pimped model which, from afar, doesn´t look like a regular model because of the canopy.
The Tourist Trains are generally quite colourful. I found this old snap of the Wally in the town of Coín, Málaga province. Coín was the setting for the ill-fated BBC soap opera flop ‘Eldorado’ in the early nineties.