Operator: Cie. des Tramways de Neuchâtel, ancestor of Transports publics du Littoral neuchâtelois (TN)
|3||Place Pury - Ecluses - Corcelles|
|5||Place Pury - Auvernier - Areuse - Boudry|
|5-Co*||Areuse - Cortaillod|
|6||Place Pury - Gare CFF|
|7||Place Pury - La Coudre|
* - Not an official route number (the line was simply considered as part of line 5)
|Ecluse - Plan|
|La Coudre - Chaumont|
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM
- Tramways - 19 km.
- Funiculars - 2.5 km.
- Neuchâtel trams: (steam) 1892 - 1902; (horse-drawn) 1894 - 1897; (electric) 1897 - today.
- Funicular (Ecluse - Plan): (hydraulic) 1890 - 1907; (electric) 1907 - today.
- Funicular (Chaumont): (electric) 1910 - today.
- Funicular (Fun'ambule): (electric; fully automated) 2001 - today.
- (All except the Fun'ambule): 1000 mm.
- Fun'ambule: 1600 mm.
- Buckley, R.J. Tramways and Light Railways of Switzerland and Austria. Milton Keynes (England): Light Rail Transit Association, 1st ed., 1984.
- Buckley, R.J. Tramways and Light Railways of Switzerland and Austria. Milton Keynes (England): Light Rail Transit Association, 2nd ed., 2000.
- Eisenbahnatlas Schweiz / Railatlas Suisse Köln (Germany): Schweers + Wall, 2004.
- Jacques, P.J. "The tramways of the Neuchatel area", The Modern Tramway, Nov. 1961 (24:287), p.324-327.
- Wansbeek, C.J. "Neuchâtel: Swiss lakeside city with tram-train ambitions", Tramways & Urban Transit, Dec. 2005 (68: 816), p.476-479.
- Association Neuchâteloise des Amis du Tramway
- Fun'ambule - Neuchâtel, Switzerland
- TransN (Transports publics neuchâtelois)
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