Malvern Tramways Trust

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Melbourne Tram Route 3 - History
... Street), on 11 October 1888, with the line opened by the Melbourne Tramway and Omnibus Company ... The Prahran and Malvern Tramways Trust opened a line from Alcand Street, St Kilda to Hawthorn Road, Caulfield North along Carlisle Street/Balaclava Road on 12 April 1913 ... This line was extended east by the Prahran and Malvern Tramways Trust from Hawthorn Road to Darling Road, Malvern East on 13 November 1913 ...
Statute Law (Repeals) Act 1998 - Repeals - Hereford and Worcester
... Malvern Improvement Act 1851 The whole Act except sections 2, 14, 36, 50 and 62 and the Schedule ... Malvern Improvement Amendment Act 1858 The whole Act except sections 1 and 9 to 13 ... In the Schedule, the order relating to Malvern ...
Melbourne Tram Route 109 - History
... Street, Gisborne Street and Victoria Parade on the 2 October 1886, by the Melbourne Tramway and Omnibus Company, and later extended to the west side ... The Prahran and Malvern Tramways Trust opened a line from High Street to Burke Road along Cotham Road on 30 May 1913 ... On 1 November 1914 the Prahran and Malvern Tramways Trust received permission to convert the horse tram line to electric traction, the new electric line was opened on 24 February 1915 ...
Melbourne Tram Route 5 - History
... of Carlisle Street), on 11 October 1888, with the line opened by the Melbourne Tramway and Omnibus Company ... The Prahran and Malvern Tramways Trust opened a line from Glenferrie Road, Malvern to Burke Road, Malvern East along Wattletree Road on 30 May 1910 ... A line was built by the Prahran and Malvern Tramways Trust, between Wattletree Road and the Sandringham railway line in Windsor along Glenferrie Road and Dandenong Road ...

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