Conduit current collection is a system of electric current collection used by electric trams, where the power supply is carried in a channel under the roadway, rather than located overhead.
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... had a large network of conduit lines, to save the capital city from unsightly wires ... The current collector "plow" as it was called, was mounted underneath the car on a fitting just forward of the rear truck on D.C ... was assigned at each changeover point from overhead trolley wire to conduit point to remove the cable attachments to the car and stow the plow, which would not remain with the ...
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