This is a list of town tramway systems in Russia by federal district. It includes all tram systems, past and present.
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... Name of System Location Traction Type Date (From) Date (To) Notes Izhevsk tramway Izhevsk / Ижевск Electric 18 November 1935 Kazan / Казань Horse 15 October 1900 ... Electric 2 December 1899 Kirov ... Connected with main Perm system December 1958. 1909 Electric 22 October 1908 Express tramway opened 1974 ...
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