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The successful trial run is ''a great step forward'' toward commercial use of battery-power tramcars, said Yasumasa Oku, a Kawasaki Heavy engineer in charge.
I can remember quite clearly how the tramcar driver got out at the terminus and rearranged the vehicle to travel in the opposite direction.
The original "cheap and cheerful" tramcars are wearing out and need better, modern replacements, stations could be vastly improved along the lines of Northumberland Park, and that's just the start.
The four tramcars, two on each section, are pulled by ground-level cables which are hidden in a trough where the trams run through the streets.
The tramcars T2000 type are equipped with Ni-Cd 24V composed of 20 elements of the type SAFT SRX1500P on an installed base of approximately 1,100 items.
Those old Cardiff tramcars seemed almost alive as they hummed and jangled through our town, sparks fizzing from overhead wires, remembered by romantics as the "swaying, gliding galleons of our city streets.
It would not be a bad idea to have the above posted in our public houses, tramcars, trains, etc.
Electric tramcars and trolleybuses visitors back in time from modern exhibition halls to the side village, where costumed and working bring the buildings to life their local knowledge, practical and Black Country humour.
Electric tramcars and trolleybuses transport visitors back in time from the modern exhibition halls to the canal-side village, where costumed demonstrators and working craftsmen bring the buildings to life with their local knowledge, practical skills and Black Country humour.
Also on display were several cars and lorries, and eight classic tramcars - four of which were driving the route.
A postcard showing Fleet Street, with tramcars, horse-drawn wagons and vans and a bystander holding his bike while watching the photographer at work.
The cellar roof is held up by iron lines from Sunderland's horse-drawn tram system which were taken up when tramcars came into use.