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TRAM

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They can visit an ice-cream parlor, see old-time movies, ride a trolley car, window-shop in 1910-era stores--and buy art objects, books, and gifts.
Each trolley car covered by the contract must meet the requirements arising from the OPZ and the applicable law,
Wiley Griffon, who operated a mule-drawn trolley car in Eugene and died in 1913, was the first black property owner in Lane County, according to records provided by historian Douglas Card.
Also known as tramcar, it is known in North America as a streetcar, trolley or trolley car.
Thalberg and his staff traveled by private trolley car to Glendale, Pasadena.
In the switch scenario, individuals are asked if they would flip a switch to divert a trolley car onto a sidetrack if it would kill one person but save five others who are on the main track.
Earline's seduction of an innocent trolley car operator (119 ff.) demonstrates the impact of possession.
That's roughly the same speed as a "trolley car from the 1930s," notes Myles Cunneen, a Portland-based transportation consultant and former Tri-Met employee.
The pallet is conveyed by heavy duty powered roller conveyor to a dispatch point where it awaits pick up by the trolley car to be taken to the stretchwrapper.
With its replica of the state's first Black-owned drug store and a vintage trolley car, the African-American Panoramic Experience contains a permanent collection and high-tech exhibits that detail a city and a people rich in tradition, culture and scientific and business accomplishments.
But in fact, an extraordinary trolley car design arose from a joint development effort during the Depression.
Ride an old-time electric trolley car to the pumpkin patch and choose a pumpkin for $2 to take home.