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Melbourne Tram B2.2017 advertising JetStar on a route 59 service at Niddrie, Saturday, 20th March 2004, Photo: Robert Tilley

Melbourne Tram advertising JetStar on a route 59 service at Niddrie, Saturday, March Photo: Robert Tilley

M&MTB prototype car PCC 980 crosses the intersection of Bourke and Elizabeth Streets with State Savings Bank (demolished) at rear. Circa 1960

View up Bourke ST from what is now Bourke ST mall cnr Queen st.

HTM 830 Lijn 8 in het Spoorwegmuseum te Utrecht 1975

HTM 830 Lijn 8 in het Spoorwegmuseum te Utrecht 1975

Christmas tram in St George’s Road circa 1970, on its way to West Preston. This tram – W7 class 1024 – was one of the advertising cars used in traffic by the Melbourne & Metropolitan Tramways Board (M&MTB).  It was a tradition for the M&MTB to decorate one of its trams to celebrate the festive season.  Photograph from the FOHTD collection.

Christmas tram in St George’s Road circa 1970, on its way to West Preston. This tram – W7 class 1024 – was one of the advertising cars used in traffic by the Melbourne & Metropolitan Tramways Board (M&MTB). It was a tradition for the M&MTB to decorate one of its trams to celebrate the festive season. Photograph from the FOHTD collection.

Tramway in France | À Lyon, près de Stade Gérard. Julio 2007.

Tramway in France | À Lyon, près de Stade Gérard. Julio 2007.

PCC 1022 van het HOVM Den Haag Centraal op Vlaggetjesdag, 14-06-2014 Fotocollectie Stephan Breugelmans

PCC 1022 van het HOVM Den Haag Centraal op Vlaggetjesdag, 14-06-2014 Fotocollectie Stephan Breugelmans

Melbourne’s famous green and yellow W-class trams left to rust | Herald Sun

Melbourne’s famous green and yellow W-class trams left to rust

M&MTB No 380 in Miller Street, Preston, January 1967. Now at the Melbourne Tram Museum @ Hawthorn Depot. Read its story at http://www.hawthorntramdepot.org.au/trams/mmtb380.htm. Photograph courtesy Mal Rowe.

M&MTB No 380 in Miller Street, Preston, January Now at the Melbourne Tram Museum @ Hawthorn Depot.

A-Class

In a list of things that are quintessentially Melbourne, trams sit up there with laneways, coffee, footy, volatile weather and Geoffrey Rush. From Port Melbourn

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