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(1930) - Tema: Göteborg
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The inside of one of Långedrag trams
The inside of one of Långedrag trams

Gothenburg Electric Trams are fine Pulman
Cars painted light blue and white (the City colours)
and there are no advertisements inside the cars which
makes them artistic and pleasant. The Driver’s
platform is covered in with large glass windows, so
that he is protected from the rain, snow and cold
during the winter. The cars have letter boxes
attached at the back for the public to post their letters
and these are emptied continually as the cars pass
the General Post Office. There are also boxes to
receive passengers’ tickets as they leave the cars,
instead of throwing them into the streets as is done
in other cities.

Transfer tickets to other lines both for tramcars
and motor buses can be obtained, but passengers
must request these when paying their fare. In order
to get localised in Gothenburg we recommend a tour
by the different lines and back to the starting point,
the total cost will be about Kr. 3:50 for all the
ten lines.

A map showing the routes of the tramways given
away with this booklet.

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