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TRAM

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Mr Lusher said plans were afoot to seek Heritage Lottery funding for a full restoration of the 1907 tramcar which had been used as a summer house in Bromsgrove up until the late 1980s.
The trial model, based on an old tramcar used by Chikuho Electric Railroad Co.
Like magic, what had been the back of the tramcar became the front.
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.
30pm Gateshead tramcar No 7 was waiting at a passing place on Saltwell Road for another tram coming in the opposite direction.
In September Tramcar 245 carried farepaying passengers on Merseyside for the first time in 58 years.
24th September 1914: Huddersfield tramguard killed after fall from an Outlane tramcar.
On every bus, every tramcar, you'd see the notice NO SPITTING, By Order S Tapper Jones.
The Lickey Hills used to be so popular that in 1924 a poster was placed at the tram terminus at Rednal which read: "The last tramcar leaves here at 10pm.
Tom played in the Liverpool Corporation Brass Band which performed on the deck of the illuminated tramcar on special occasions - a wonderful sight to behold.
What's more, you can enjoy a ride on a working tramcar or explore the underground coalmine.
On Saturday night he had been staggering about the street, and got in front of an electric tramcar which knocked him over.