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Round Glasgow by Tram book. Published by the Scottish Tramway Museum Society.
The Glasgow Tramcar Ian . Here is a detailed summary of every Glasgow tramcar ever made. The book is well written and quite insightful. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Glasgow Tramcar by Ian . Stewart (Hardback, 1994). Pre-owned: lowest price.
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ISBN 10: 090064821X ISBN 13: 9780900648212.
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By Ian Stewart Author of Glasgow By Tram. The National Tramway Museum at Crich, Derbyshire, has seven Glasgow trams and these are operated for the delight of visitors on a mile-long track through a recreated Edwardian street culminating in panoramic views of the Derwent Valley. The Crich Museum was the provider of several of the trams that operated on the 1988 Glasgow Garden Festival site where BBC Scotland headquarters is now located. Prior to the festival's official opening, the Duke of Edinburgh took a trip on one of the older Glasgow trams and was heard to question why on earth we had got rid of these? Why indeed?
Glasgow Corporation Tramways were formerly one of the largest urban tramway systems in Europe. Over 1000 municipally-owned trams served the city of Glasgow, Scotland with over 100 route miles (160 route kilometres) by 1922. The system closed in 1962.
Glasgow Corporation Tramways were formerly one of the largest urban tramway systems in Europe. The system closed in 1962 and was the last city tramway in Great Britain (prior to the construction of new systems in the 1990s). The Glasgow Street Tramways Act was enacted by Parliament in 1870.