Tuesday, 29 September 2015

The oldest tram in Poland - in Bytom

29 September 2015

I was in the city centre today  in the afternoon at 3 p.m and I took a photo of very unique tram 38. It is the oldest tram in Poland. I has worked siince 1913. The line is 1340 metres long and it takes 6 minutes to travel by tram 38. It really nice journey..




Piekarska Street

























12 comments:

  1. Hello Gosia, the city centre is so quiet and roads are so wide with very few cars. It will be so nice to walk around the city centre or take a tram ride.

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    1. Nancy definitely the streets which were designed by German architectors are wide and comfortable

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  2. It would be fun to ride the tram!

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    1. Yes it is a great rif=de, believe me

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  3. Prague and Vienna have just celebrated 100 years of trams. So your system is older.

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    1. Andrew the tram system started here in 1894..

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  4. Wonderful to know that your city, Bytom, has retained the historical tram.
    If only that tram could talk, eh???
    Cheers
    Colin

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    1. Colin I am sure it would a great piece of history

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  5. Amazing that particular tram is still moving people...

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  6. Neat to see the old buildings in the area...and it's impressive that the tram has run since 1913!

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