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FOND MEMORIES: One of the last tramcars to run from Coventry Station and (inset) former professional snooker player Clive Everton
Scores of single-deck and double-deck tramcars were transporting Cardiffians to their work and their pleasure.
Nowadays, the tramcars have undergone an extensive yet loving facelift, aimed at preserving all the tramway's Victorian charmand character.
Transport bosses have recruited private consultants to help to win Government backing for a network of street tramcars to replace the Metro.
But Birmingham's rattling tramcars were already in decline by 1930 and would have disappeared altogether in 1944, had it not been for the Second World War.
Centro has been afraid of the untried but potentially vastly superior quality of these systems, picking instead a 'tried and tested' tramcar system full of fault Had such an attitude prevailed in 1884 there would have been no electric tramcars later.
A new company, the Coventry Electric Tramways Co, took over the line and reopened the service with electric tramcars on December 5, 1895.
Contract award: the conclusion of a framework agreement for the revision of shock absorbers for the articulation of tramcars t3000 / 4000 stib.
WITH reference to the Echo articles about the bus shenanigans in Cardiff ("Time's up for Cardiff Bus MD as he resigns over ruling", July 7), I read many years ago about a certain Cardiff gentleman who ran a horse-drawn bus at the same time that Cardiff council ran horse-drawn tramcars in the late 1890s.
11) MANYthanks to Des Uglowfor his kind comments on our preserved Liverpool tramcars 762 and 869.
He recalled: "Passing tramcars were slowed down because this vehicle would use up so much current with its thousands and thousands of coloured bulbs.