Some Polish tram types

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NorthBrit

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Dawn. Thanks for posting. Scenes around Krakow very interesting.

I used to be a member of NEETT - North Eastern Electrical Traction Trust in Sunderland. They are now part of North East Land Sea and Air Museum - NELSAM. They have a small collection of trams, mainly U.K with two from Germany.

Tram seen in Amsterdam on our holiday this year.

Amsterdam Tram 30th May 23.JPG





David
 
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Dawn. Thanks for posting. Scenes around Krakow very interesting.

I used to be a member of NEETT - North Eastern Electrical Traction Trust in Sunderland. They are now part of North East Land Sea and Air Museum - NELSAM. They have a small collection of trams, mainly U.K with two from Germany.

Tram seen in Amsterdam on our holiday this year.

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David
Thanks for sharing. Looks like a good day out - in my book! :)
 




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