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|T1||Gare Centrale - Place de Metz - Stäreplaz - Pfaffenthal Kirchberg - Universitéit - Luxexpo|
|Gare Pfaffenthal Kirchberg - Pfaffenthal Kirchberg|
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM
- Tramway: 7.6 km.
- Funicular: 200 m.
- Urban trams (First generation): (horse-drawn) 21 Feb. 1875 - 1 Oct. 1908; (electric) 8 Aug. 1908 - 5 Sept. 1964.
- Second generation tramway: 10 Dec. 2017 - today.
- Funicular: 10 Dec. 2017 - today.
- Urban tramway (First generation): 1435 mm. (horse trams); 1000 mm. (electric tramways)
- Second generation tramway: 1435 mm.
- Funicular: 1435 mm.
- Wagner, F. "Luxtram: A capital idea", Tramways & Urban Transit, Feb. 2018 (81: 962), p.56-59.
- Ancien tramway de Luxembourg
- Funiculaire Pfaffenthal-Kirchberg
- Musée des tramways et de bus de la ville de Luxembourg
- Tramway de Luxembourg
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