Around the World in Trams: Tallinn 163

And its off to Tallinn again!

All public transport in Tallinn is free to not only those with what we would know as concessionary passes but also all residents of the city. Tickets have to be purchased but those not resident in the city though with a smartcard required to be bought for 2 euros and then funds are loaded onto it to buy tickets. A 30 day ticket for use on the tram is only 30 euros.

Below we see another Tatra KT4D in service – again originating from Erfurt in Germany. Built in 1983, 163 was transferred to Tallin in 2008 and remains operational to this day. The tram was in an advertising livery when caught on camera here.

Photograph by John Moore

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