Touristic Tram waiting passengers to next Tourist trip.
Touristic Tram departs Valongo station, at Santos downtown.
Passengers board one of the ubiquitous overhead-powered electric trams that provide transportation throughout the capital city.
Along one side of the lane in the pedestrian area adorned with orange trees, some tram can run in battery mode as an alternative to overhead, as advertised on the front.
In Seville, in this morning as a tourist, I also photographed the modern articulated tram built by CAF in five elements, with low-floor and advertising livery.
Built by Boon & Company in 1921; one of twenty-five in the class. Ceased regular service in 1953, but since 1995 has operated on the 3km route around the historic precinct of Christchurch.
Former electric steeple cab loco converted in electric tram; control cabin still is in the middle of the car
Ex-Osaka tram built 1921 operates on the High Level Bridge route connecting downtown Edmonton with the Strathcona district.
Touristic Electric Tram