Tramway Electric

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Tramway Electric
Tramway Electric offers Electrician services in Sanford NC.

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The spring time Carbarn tours return this Sunday the 24th of September! Come for a ride on vintage electric tram down to the Carbarn, where one of our dedicated volunteers will take you on a half hour guided tour of our workshops. The tour is free, on purchase of your tram fare. Tram services begin from the Village at 11:00am and will be operating to a half hour frequency. Other stops are the Lolly Stop, Dog Park and Mussell Pool. Return Fares: Adults.........................$5.00 Senior.........................$4.00 Child...........................$2.50 Family (2A, 2Ch)......$13.00 Tickets are purchased on the tram (Cash only). Single fares also available.

Perth Electric Tramway Society shared their album.
A few months back restoration began on the last tram built for the Western Australian Government Tramways, Perth 2nd A class tram No130. The tram is to be restored to the condition it was when it entered traffic on the 27th of September 1933. Check out the album showing the progress with the link: https://www.facebook.com/106586276057586/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1566734300042769
This ablum shows the restoration of the last tram built for the Western Australian Government Tramways, Perth 2nd A class tram No130.

Traffic report for July 2017. Service cars and mileages: MMTB W2 329...........480km MMTB W7 1017........460.8km Total distances: 940.8km Trips: 196, over 25 days with one days lost. Ticketed passengers: 1,512

Back at the society's Annual General Meeting a few weeks ago, the latest addition to our fleet was unveiled to our members. Perth tram 131 (what could have been), will be travelling around with us to a number of annual events and will also be out on display at the Carbarn on tour days! All we need now though is a Motorman! Could it be you???

Perth Electric Tramway Society shared Tramway Museum - St Kilda, South Australia's event.
The Tramway Museum - St Kilda, South Australia will be celebrating 60 years of tramway preservation in October this year! An event to maybe keep in mind if you happen to be over there. https://www.facebook.com/events/264098404081790/?ti=icl
Join us at the Tramway Museum, St Kilda over the October long weekend as we celebrate 60 years of preserving Adelaide's electric public transport history! This will be a big weekend with a number of special events organised including: - After an absence of over 15 years, H1 type tram 381 'The Streamliner' will be recommissioned after a major refurbishment program by the Museum volunteers with public trips available on board. - The dedication of our newly constructed workshop and running shed. - A wide variety of Adelaide trams in operation on both days (including a rare appearance by Adelaide's very first electric tram, number 1 from 1908 in operation). - A shuttle bus connection from Salisbury Interchange to the Tramway Museum (provided courtesy of Buses R Us). - A wide variety of veteran, vintage and classic cars and restored Adelaide buses. - A sausage sizzle and a High Tea (served on board the 'Grand Lady' restaurant tram). Regular admission costs apply.
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