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august 1990 - Mariazell, August 1990. The vehicles nos. 6922 and 6921 (to the right) were rebuilt by the Wiener Stadtwerke – Verkehrsbetriebe (since 1999 Wiener Linien) into service vehicles in 1968. Both vehicles had been delivered in 1925 by Simmering for service on the Stadtbahn in Wien.
1942 - Elbing, Friedrich Wilhelm Platz (Plac Slowianski), 1942. The main post building is seen to the right. The vehicles nos. 12, 16 and 22 of the Stadtwerke Remscheid were sold in 1940 to the Stadtwerke Elbing (nos. 51-53). They had been delivered in 1906-1907 by Waggonfabrik Falkenried in Hamburg. The chassis of the model was delivered Bergische Stahl-Industrie-Gesellschaft, Remscheid (BSI). Photo by Mr. W. Esch.
- Elbing, vehicle no. 31 (Waggonfabrik L. Steinfurt) is running solo on route 1 for Reichsbahnhof. The Northern terminus of route no. 1 was at Vogelsang. The park at Vogelsang is the park Bażantarnia, and the rural background in the photo could indicate that the picture was taken in the Lönsallee, which is the ul. Marymoncka. The photo appears to be taken during the war. The photographer indicated on the back side is W. Esch.
1942 - Elbing, vehicle no. 16, 1942. It is known that the vehicles nos. 15, 16 and 27 of the Stadtwerke Oberhausen were sold in 1936 to the Stadtwerke Elbing. Though the platforms of this vehicle differs somewhat from the original appearance of the The picture was taken in 1942 by Mr. W. Esch. Oberhausen series nos. 14-31, the appearance of the body and the chassis corresponds to the Oberhausen delivery from Herbrand. Further details of these 3 cars in Elbing and Elbląg are unknown to me, and I would appreciate any possible information. The picture was taken in 1942 by Mr. W. Esch.
1937 - Hannover, Langenhagen Reuterdamm terminus, 1937. Daimler Benz delivered 12 troley bus vehicles vehicles in 1936 and 1937 to the new trolleybus operators in Oldenburg (6), Insterburg (3) and Hannover (1) and one vehicle to a planned trolley bus network in Völklingen. They had technical equipment from the AEG (6 vehicles) and BBC (6 vehicles).
- Tilsit, Am Hohen Tor (Пл. Ленина). Due to financial difficulties the Hagener Straßenbahn sold all vehicles of the 1927 delivery from Uerdingen (Hagen nos. 87-96) in 1934-1935. 6 vehicles were taken over by the ESTAG in Tilsit (nos. 7-12). This photo was taken between 1935 and 1938. The track for the route to Kallkappen (closed on 17 October 1937) is still seen at the bottom left.
- Tilsit, Deutsche Straße (Ул. Гагарина) crossing Schenkendorfplatz (Ул. Дру́жбы) at the town hall (left). The destination sign of the tram indicates "Ringlinie". The tram route along the Deutsche Straße was abandoned between the World wars.
- Tilsit, Hohe Straße (Ул. Победы) crossing Packhofstraße (Ул. Герцена) at the Lithuanian Church (left). The tram network of Tilsit remained single track along all routes until it was abandoned in October 1944. The destination sign on the car indicates "Jacobsruhe", and, therefore the picture was taken in the first decade of the 20th Century.
- Memel, Strandvilla terminus. It is difficult to locate the exact spot of the former terminus at "Strandvilla", which does not exist in Klaipėda. The streets South East of the lighthouse do also not appear to follow the exact routes in post war time. The post card was mailed during the First World War.
1908 - Memel, Strandvilla terminus. The post card was mailed in 1908. According to several sources, the tramway in Memel opened in 1904 with 12 motorised trams and 5 trailers. The sources, unfortunately, do not indicate any information about the vehicles. They were in traffic till the close down of the two tram routes in 1934.
1904 - Liepāja, Peldu iela. Vehicle no. 12 was delivered by Herbrand in 1903. The post card was mailed from Liepāja by a Dane on 21 December 1904. The "Neue Badeanstalt" in the background was finished in 1902. It was constructed by the city architekt, Mr. Paul Max Bertschy. The building is located in the Peldu iela 59.
august 1990 - Brno Líšeň, August 1990. The former no. 1 of the Kassai Villamos Közúti Vasút was transferred to Budapest in 1944. It was in operation from 1951 in Miskolc (no. 94). The vehicle was transferred to the Slovak Technical Museum in Košice in 2004.
august 1926 - Wehmingen, August 1990. Trailer no. 25 belonged to the first delivery of trailers in 1926 for the Straßenbahn Esslingen–Nellingen–Denkendorf (nos. 21-27). It was scrapped by he HSM in 1993.
august 1990 - Wehmingen, August 1990. The T4 delivered to the Kieler Verkehrsgesellschaft from 1957 had the rare gauge of 1100 mm. They had the door position 2-2-2. They were in traffic till the closure of the last tram route (route 4) in Kiel in 1985. The vehicle behind no. 245 is the similar motorised car no. 247.
august 1990 - Wehmingen, August 1990. Vehicle no. 25 of the Stadtwerke Oberhausen. The model was delivered by Waggonfabrik Aktien-Gesellschaft vorm. P. Herbrand & Cie., Köln- Ehrenfeld in 1899-1900 to the Stadtwerke Oberhausen (nos. 14-31). The chassis was built by Düsseldorfer Eisenbahnbedarf, vorm. Carl Weyer & Cie with electric equipment from Siemens & Halske.
1901 - Tilsit, Splitterer Straße (ул. Чапаева). The post card is stamped in March 1903, and the photo may be taken shortly after the opening of the tram route from Tilsit to Splitter in 1901. The route had a subsequent shorter extension from Splitter to Waldfriedhof.
- Tilsit, Am Hohen Tor (Пл. Ленина) crossing Clausiusstraße (Ул. Ленина). Vehicle no. 4 (left is running on the "Ringlinie"). The vehicle to the right has arrived from Jakobsruhe according to the destination sign.
- Tilsit, Landwehrstraße (Улица Луначарского). The tram route through the Landwehrstraße to Jakobsruh was opened in 1901, but it was closed around 1910. The Photo is, therefore, from the first decade of the 20th Century.
1901 - Vehicle no. 12 of the first delivery of vehicles for the tramway of Tilsit. The vehicles were equipped with a body from the Waggonfabrik Uerdingen and a chassis with engines and electric equipment from Elektrizitäts Aktiengesellschaft vorm. W. Lahmeyer & Co. The platforms were open, but could be equipped with a protective glass front, as seen on this work photo from Uerdingen.
- Königsberg (Pr.), Kaiser Wilhelm Platz. Route no. 4 is leaving the tram stop into the Kantstraße on its way to Ratshof (Октябрьская). The photo appears to be taken in the early years of the Second World War, i.e. approximately 1940. We see quite a lot of uniforms among the pedestrians, and there is no private car traffic.
- Königsberg (Pr.), Kaiser Wilhelm Platz. Vehicle no. 36 - still not equipped with headlights - appears to be almost new from factory. The post card has no indication of the date, but it must be assumed that the picture was taken in the mid 1920`s. The destination sign indicates "Flughafen". Route no. 2 was extended from Kalthof to Flughafen Devau in 1924.
- Königsberg (Pr.), Kaiser Wilhelm Platz. The vehicle (route no. 3) behind the train led by vehicle no. 61 is one of the Falkenried tram cars taken over in 1909 by the StESt from KÖSAG - presumingly still in the livery of the KÖSAG. I estimate that the picture was taken approximately in 1910. The post card was stamped on 9 April 1913.