THE GS TRAM SITE

BARCELONA

ESPAÑA - SPAIN

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21 July 1970

The Barcelona tram network on the last day of operation of line 54, and just after the prolongation of one branch of Metro line III to Paraŀlel (on 17 June 1970) and of the completion of metro line V between Diagonal and La Sagrera (on 26 June 1970).


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Barcelona 1970 tram map

INSET: CENTRAL BARCELONA

Barcelona 1970 central tram map



I created the above maps by overlaying OpenStreetMap (OSM) maps with my own data. Copyright on the OSM maps is © OpenStreetMap contributors, licensed under a CC-BY-SA (Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 licence).

Please note that the OSM maps used as a template for these maps corresponds to the situation at the time the map was downloaded and may show features that did not exist at the time the GS Tram Site is supposed to show. In particular, it may show bridges and highways that were built later.

Note: Names of streets, squares etc. used below and on the maps are as they are today, in Catalan (and not in Spanish, as they were at the time of this map.

DISCONTINUATION DATES OF TRAM TRACKS BETWEEN 21 JULY 1970 AND 17 MARCH 1971 (affected route numbers in parantheses)


ROUTES

Operator: Transportes de Barcelona (ancestor of Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB))

URBAN TRAM ROUTES

49 Drassanes – Est. de França – Arc de Triomf – Tetuan – C. Mallorca [back : C. València] – Maragall – Horta
50 C. de Vilamarí – Gran Via – Tetuan – C. Mallorca [back : C. València] – Maragall – Virrei Amat – Via Júlia
54 Pl. del Centre – C. de Berlin – C. de Muntaner [back: C. d'Aribau] – Universitat - Gran Via – Pl. Tetuan – C. Mallorca [back: C. València] – C. de Rogent
65 Ciutat Universitària – Av. Diagonal – Av. de Sarrià – C. de Muntaner [back: C. d'Aribau] – Universitat – Gran Via – Tetuan – Arc de Triomf – Est. de França – Drassanes

TOURIST TRAMWAY ("BLUE TRAMWAY")

Operator: Sociedad Anónima El Tibidabo

   Pl. Kennedy - Av. de Tibidabo - Funicular del Tibidabo

METRO

Operator: FC Metropolitano de Barcelona

I Sta. Eulàlia - Pl. de Sants - Pl. de Espanya - Pl. de Catalunya - Arc de Triomf - Glòries - Clot - La Sagrera - Fabra i Puig - Torras i Bages
III Lesseps - Diagonal - Pl. de Catalunya - [Drassanes - Paraŀlel] / Correos
V Collblanc - Pl. de Sants - Sants Estació - Provença - Diagonal - Sagrada Família - La Sagrera - Maragall - Horta

Operator: Ferrocarriles de Cataluña

   Pl. de Catalunya - Provença - Sant Gervasi - La Bonanova - Sarrià
   Pl. de Catalunya - Provença - Pàdua - Av. de Tibidabo

FUNICULARS

   Paraŀlel - Montjuïc
   Pl. Dr. Andreu - Tibidabo
   Peu del Funicular - Vallvidrera

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