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TRAM: British and Australian (American usually streetcar also trolley) noun [C]
An electric vehicle that transports people, usually in cities, and goes along metal tracks in the road. (Taken from the Cambridge English Dictionary)

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GALLERY 34: TMS 50th Anniversary Celebrations
This page was added on Sunday 5 June 2005
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All Photographs in this Gallery were taken by Tony Waddington on 28 May 2005
Halle 902, which is to be converted into an Access Tram with a wheelchair lift, sits on the depot fan at Crich.
London United Tramways car 159 has recently been moved from Clay Cross. The remains of the tram can be seen here from the workshop viewing gallery, waiting for restoration work to commence.
Blackpool Conduit car 4 spent the beginning and end of the special day parked outside the workshop, where to appears to have bee "charged-up".
A picture that really syas more than words ever could! Blackpool 4 seen passing under the Bowes-Lyon bridge under battery power, ready to take its place in the tram cavalcade which took place on this day.