|Above: YouTubeCA video - Old Shanghai 1930s (with trams) - Length: 8:08 mins.|
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Operator: Shanghai Electric Construction Co.
NB: Street names below are those used in 1936.
|1||Szechuen Rd. - The Bund & Av. Edward VII|
|2||B. Well Rd. - The Bund & Av. Edward VII|
|3||Carter Rd. - Hupeh Rd. & Av. Edward VII|
|4||The Bund - Broadway E. - Wayside|
|5||Railway Stn. - Hupeh Rd. & Av. Edward VII|
|6||Railway Stn. - The Bund - Railway Station [Circular route]|
|7||Railway Stn. - The Bund - E. Seward Rd. - Wayside|
|8||The Bund - Broadway E. - The Point|
|9||Carter Rd. - The Bund & Av. Edward VII|
|11||Szechuen Rd. - The Bund|
NB: Only the tram lines of the British system are shown. There were also French and Chinese systems, not shown on the map.
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM
- Trams: ? km.
- Electric trams (First generation): 21 Jan. 1908 - 1975
- Electric trams (Second generation): Zhangjiang Tram - 1 Jan. 2010 - today; Songjiang Tram - 26 Dec. 2018 - today.
- Underground: 28 May 1993 - today
- Electric trams (First generation): ?
- Electric trams (Second generation, Zhangjiang Tram): no gauge, runs on a concrete base.
- Electric trams (Second generation, Songjiang Tram): 1435 mm.
- Underground (Shanghai metro): 1435 mm.
- The Shanghai Electric Construction Co. Ltd. Shanghai tramways [Map], 1939.
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