The first electric tram route constructed from Doncaster to Box Hill on Tram Road in 1889. Due to lack of knowledge and management and few problems with land owners the line died in 1896. Later on in 1906 the first electric tram line built servicing Essendon area and followed by St Kilda – Brighton line. The early trams were collecting the power by the tram-pole and later on the pantograph system introduced to avoid de-wiring caused by tram-poles. Today, Melbourne is the only city in the world which still serve two types of operations Dual and Panto. Nowadays, the tram-pole are only used in historical events.Our Projects
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