In 2010 the Belgian Vicinal (by now called De Lijn in this part of the country) celebrated the 125th birthday of trams with many visiting tramcars. We went to see the big parade on June 25th. This is another post from our old tramwaymuseum.net website.
Another blast from the past (this time from our old webpage ventotto.info). In 2008 we published a post detailling the history of the Peter Witt cars of ATM Milano. Yes, all except one car have been modified with a rear door for a very long time and thus are no longer true Peter Witts. We
Whilst preparing the “from the archive” posts from our old website trammuseum.net we noticed that we had only shown a small selection of photos there dealing with the museum trams of ASVi and TTA (and the commercial Grottes de Han operation). We have put them all together here including much additional material, old and new
For many years we ran the trammuseum.net website. For a long time it was the unofficial homepage of the museum (because there was nothing else available). When the museum was leased out by De Lijn (they already have a much larger tram/transport museum in Antwerp) the new operators objected to us running this page with
This photo review has now been uploaded again as many of the photos had been “lost” when we moved the content from another blog server some years ago. We have even added some more material for many of the visited systems – enjoy! December – Bydgoszcz/Bromberg (PL) December – Inowroclaw/Hohensalza (PL) December – Lodz/Lodsch (PL)
As usual we present a selection of photos taken during our travels. At the end of August we managed to do a few photos showing the U-Bahn (metro) and S-Bahn (suburban electric) in Hamburg – making use of the 9 Euro Germany-wide monthly pass. Hamburg (DE) In July we visited Lodz again and then also
How did it all start at tramway.com? We used to run many different websites over the years. It all began like this (screengrab from waybackMachine at archive.org from 2004): We may show more “from the archive” material in the future (but always just a selection of the best)! It looks like our earliest web presence