Double-decker tram

Double-Decker Tram

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A double-decker tram is a tram that has two levels. Double-deck trams were once popular in some European cities, like Berlin and London, throughout the British Empire countries in the early half of the 20th century including Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington retired in 1962 in New Zealand. Hobart, Tasmania in Australia and in parts of Asia. They are still in service in Hong Kong, Alexandria, and Blackpool. Some double-decker trams had open tops. Hong Kong Tramways is the only tram company in the world that operates double-deck trams exclusively.

Double-deck trams were common in the United Kingdom until the 1950s. Apart from the Blackpool tramway, the Glasgow Corporation Tramways were the last to close (in 1962). Some have been preserved at the UK's National Tramway Museum, New Zealand's MOTAT Museum in Auckland and Ferrymead Museum in Christchurch.

From 1910 to 1964 double-deck trams were in use in Mumbai (Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport Undertaking). They were also in use in Johannesburg where trams were operational from 1906 to 1961. a few of Alexandria Tram's fleet are double deckers.


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