Tramway Electric

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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.

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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.

Last week we saw the return to service of our Melbourne W7 class car 1017. This tram is the third youngest in our fleet of trams, having been built to replace buses on the Bourke street routes in 1955.

Merry Christmas everyone!

Perth Electric Tramway Society added 4 new photos.
On this day the last tram ran in Fremantle, ending 47 years of service to the city. The original Carbarn still exists today, on High Street. As does the replacement Carbarn on Queen Victoria Street. But they are certainly a much sadder place without trams. Thankfully you can still ride a Fremantle tram, or one of the many other vintage trams preserved at Whiteman Park today. Why not join us for a new experience, or a trip down memory lane soon.

An interesting article on one of the many things you can do with a retired tram. Many of of our Western Australian trams ended up going to property's such as this to become backyard sheds, chicken coops and also to caravan parks as accomodation.
I stumbled on a photo of this weathered and whimsical train car on Pinterest and went digging frantically for the location, to see if it really existed. And my efforts were not in vain, for soon enough, I found that not only does this place exist, but you can actually stay here and make yourself