Electric Tramway

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Leipziger Verkehrsbetriebe - History
... A competing tramway enterprise, the Leipziger Elektrische Straßenbahn (LESt, "Leipzig Electric Tramway Company") started construction of an electric tramway ... The Große Leipziger Straßenbahn (GLSt, "Greater Leipzig Tramway Company") organized as the legal successor to the LPE, managed to open the first electric tramway in Leipzig on 17 April 1896 ... To the regret of many residents, the last horse tramway service operated on 16 April 1897 ...
List Of Defunct Railway Companies In Japan - Hokkaidō
... Asahikawa City Tramway 旭川市街軌道 Asahikawa Electric Tramway 旭川電気軌道 Ashibetsu Forest Railway 芦別森林鉄道 (Industrial railway) Bekkai Municipal Tramway ... Horonobe Municipal Tramway 幌延町営軌道 Iwanai Horsecar 岩内馬車鉄道 Jōzankei Forest Railway 定山渓森林鉄道 (Industrial railway) Jōzank ... (Industrial railway) Kamikawa Horsecar 上川馬車鉄道 Kayanuma Colliery Tramway 茅沼炭鉱軌道 Opened in 1869, presumed to be the oldest railway in Japan ...
List Of Railway Companies In Japan - Trams
... Chikuhō Electric Railroad 筑豊電気鉄道 (Chikutetsu 筑鉄) Enoshima Electric Railway 江ノ島電鉄 (Enoden 江ノ電) Fukui Railway 福井鉄道 (Fukutetsu ...
List Of Tram And Light-rail Transit Systems - Asia - Japan
... Hakodate – Hakodate City Transportation Bureau (tramway) Hiroshima – Hiroshima Electric Railway (tramway with LRVs) Kagoshima – Kagoshima City Transportation Bureau ...
Port Soderick Railway Station - Electric Tramway
... The resort was also once served by the Douglas Head Marine Drive and Electric Tramway which took a spectacular coastal route from Douglas Head to a point above the beach this tramway was established in 1896 and closed in 1939 upon the outbreak of war ... A landslide on part of the route saw that it never opened again although the route was modified and operated by ominbuses for a number of years ...

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