Tramway Electric

Tramway Electric
Tramway Electric is listed in the Electricians category in Sanford, North Carolina. Displayed below is the only current social network for Tramway Electric which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Tramway Electric on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 73.

Tramway Electric offers Electrician services in Sanford NC.

Social Links for Tramway Electric:


"Tramway Electric" - ZapScore Report

Tramway Electric has an overall ZapScore of 73. This means that Tramway Electric has a higher ZapScore than 73% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Sanford, North Carolina is 38 and in the Electricians category is 30. Learn more about ZapScore

Do you own or manage this business? Click here to claim the Tramway Electric listing and add social networks, logos, descriptions and more.

Tramway Electric Contact Information:

Social Posts for Tramway Electric

Here we have one of our newest members Burt Manikin, signing on for work back on 66's birthday weekend. Burt was on top of our historic overhead tower wagon for the whole day without a break, playing the part of an overhead linesmen doing work on the trolley wire. (Burt was kindly loaned to us from the Revolutions museum, located at Whiteman Village Junction)

Perth Electric Tramway Society shared their event.
Help us celebrate 66's centenary!
Perth E class tram 66 is turning 100 and you are invited to join us in celebrating its centenary, on Sunday the 7th of May in the Village area at Whiteman Park! Perth E class 66 will be on display in the Village from 10am along with Adelaide H type 371 and a model tram layout. They will also be supported by several historic buses from the Bus Preservation Society of WA, historic cars from the Motor Museum of WA, the latest Volvo Transperth bus and a one of Transwa's brand new road coaches. A Melbourne W series car along with Fremantle 29 will be operating a 15 minute frequency between the village and the Carbarn, where you may alight to view some of our other restored and unrestored trams, a Perth trolley bus or two, and our historic overhead tower wagon. Melbourne W2 329 will also be operating a service between the Village and the Village Junction Railway Station for a gold coin donation. Entry to all the displays and Carbarn is free, however a gold coin donation will be charged for a ride on the shuttle service operated by Melbourne 329. And the regular return or one way fares apply to your tram travel between the Village and the Carbarn. Regular return fares: Adult.... $5 Senior... $4 Child... $2.50 Family (2A, 2Ch)... $13 Regular single fares: Adult... $2.50 Child... $1.50 For more information check out the Whiteman Park website using this link:
89 people interested

Perth Electric Tramway Society added 2 new photos.
Sometime after hours on Wednesday last week, the society's historic post box which has been next to the Carbarn for many years was stolen! The theift has been reported to police, but we are asking the public to keep an eye out for it. The post box is dated 1898 with VR (Victoria Regina) above the letter slot. It is unrestored, just like the attached photos (taken 2012). Any information on its possibly location would be appricated.

The Easter crews pose for the traditional photo before services on Sunday. (Left to right) Hayden, William, Fay and Katie are members of the Sydney Tramway Museum at Loftus, NSW. They have come over to Perth on holidays, but have also crewed the trams whilst here over all 4 days of Easter. On behalf of PETS, we thank them all for their hard work over this busy period. There are a number of members from our society that visit and crew at other tramway museums around Australia and New Zealand, just like their members also visit and crew our trams at Whiteman Park. Be sure to check out the Sydney Tramway Museum if ever in Sydney!

Perth Electric Tramway Society added 2 new photos.
Following on from Michaels photos and the track work repairs to the line, some greasing was done by one of our volunteers before the track work started today (note the bucket and paint brush). We also see in the second photo the track work team checking the gauge and clipping up the last two steel sleepers that have gone in to where the works are currently being done. By this afternoon the steel sleepers should be all packed with road base and then a test tram can be run before services are permitted to return.