|Above: YouTubeCA video - Trams in Trondheim, Norway - The Most Northern Tram Line in the World - Length: 8:03 mins.||Above: YouTubeCA video - Trams AT Trondheim May 2000 - Length: 2:46 mins.|
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URBAN TRAM ROUTE
Operator: Boreal Bane
|9||Lian – Ugla – Munkvoll – Byåsen – Ila – Sentrum (St Olavs gate)|
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM
- Urban tramways: 8.8 km.
The world's northernmost tramway.
- Urban tramways: 4 Dec. 1901 - today (with an interruption between 12 June 1988 and 18 Aug. 1990).
- Urban tramways: 1000 mm.
The The Trondheim Tram Museum (Sporveismuseet) in Munkvoll preserves some old trams.
- Kjenstad, R. & Horne, J.B. "A future for the Trondheim tramways", Modern Tramway & Light Rail Transit, Dec. 1980 (43:516), p.375-384.
- Wyse, W.J. "The Trondheim tramways", Modern Tramway & Light Rail Review, Jan. 1963 (26:301), p.4-13.
- Boreal Bane
- Elgeseter Line
- Gråkallen Line
- Ila Line
- Lade Line
- Singsaker Line
- Trondheim Sporvei
- Trondheim tramway
- Trondheim Tramway controversy
- Trondheim Tramway Museum
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