Metropolitan Tramways Board

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Melbourne Tram Route 86 - History
... A cable tram line operated by the Melbourne Tramway and Omnibus Company opened on 10 August 1887, operating along Bourke Street, Gertrude Street, Smith Street and Queens Parade to the Merri Creek. 1890 a group of Northcote land speculators built a line between the Melbourne Tramway and Omnibus Company terminus and Dundas Street, the line was not as successful as they had hoped, closed down and ... The Melbourne Tramway and Omnibus Company line was taken over by the Melbourne and Metropolitan Tramways Board on 1 November 1919 with the Northcote Cable Tramway line coming under Melbourne and Metropolitan ...
MOTAT Collections - Trams
... Stored No.44 1906 Auckland Electric Tramways Co Ltd ... Stored No.248 1938 Auckland Transport Board’s Royal Oak Workshops ... No.253 1940 Auckland Transport Board’s Royal Oak Workshops ...
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, opening on 16 December 1911 ...
Melbourne Tram Route 1 - History
... to Milton Street, Balaclava, on 11 October 1888, with the line opened by the Melbourne Tramway and Omnibus Company ... Avenue was opened on 17 June 1890, by the Melbourne Tramway and Omnibus Company ... The Melbourne, Brunswick and Coburg Tramways Trust started building its tramway system in June 1914, on 31 October 1916 East Coburg was connected to Melbourne at Queensberry Street along ...

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