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MALMÖ

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1 Jan. 1949




SVERIGE - SWEDEN

GÖTEBORG - GOTHENBURG

MALMÖ

NORRKÖPING

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ROUTES


URBAN TRAM ROUTES

Operator: Malmö stads spårvägar (MSS)

  1 Lundavägen − Värnhem − Ö. Infartsbron − Centralstation - Gustav Adolfs torg − Sofielund − Rosengårdsstaden
  3 Värnhem − Ö. Infartsbron − Centralstation - Mariedalsvägen - Föreningsgatan - Värnhem [Circular route, both directions]
  4 Gustav Adolfs torg − Fridhem - [Ribersborg] / [Limhamn - Sibbarp]
  6 Värnhem − Östra Kyrkogården
  7 Ö. Infartsbron − Frihamnen

The last days of operation of the above Malmö tram lines were:

  • 7: 20 Feb. 1949
  • 6: 17 May 1949
  • 3: 14 Nov. 1964
  • 1: 2 Sept. 1967
  • 4: 27 Apr. 1973


CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM

NETWORK LENGTH

  • Urban tramway: ? km.


HISTORY

  • Urban tramway: (horse-drawn) 27 Aug. 1887 - 1907; (electric) 20 Dec. 1906 - 27 Apr. 1973.

GAUGE

  • Urban tramway: 1435 mm.

TRAM PRESERVATION

The organization Museispårvägen Malmö runs preserved Malmö trams over ca. 2 km of trancks laid on city streets.


SOURCES

PRINT

  • Russell, M. "Malmö: Keeping the past alive", Tramways & Urban Transit, Feb. 2007 (70: 830), p.73-75.

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