Russian trams

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The collection of photo trams in Russia will start with the celebration of the 105th anniversary of the St. Petersburg tram :

Petersburg trams of different years
Petersburg trams of different years
The first is a replica of the very first tram, which in 1907 made its first flight through the streets of St. Petersburg.

Cutetie



Cutetie
The tram, which has received such a nickname for its yellow-blue colors.

The first Petersburg tram
The first Petersburg tram

People are happily photographed with a historic tram.
People are happily photographed with a historic tram.

1937 tram
1937 tram
Externally, the tram repeats the look of the very first tram. Route 20, Pargolovo - Lossal Square.

Elephant
The post-war tram, for its appearance has received the nickname "elephant" (for a large mass, rounded shape and upper part of the body, painted in ivory). The most massive tram, LM-47 (by the way, the same elephant was LM-49).

In the tram
In the cab of the LM-47 tram (“Elephant”), the control stick.

Cutetie
On the eve of the new year, “Stilyaga” travels around the central streets of St. Petersburg, decorated with festoons.

Elephants
Elephants
More precisely, the "Elephant" - the one on the left, it is the most massive tram (Tram LM-49, produced by VARZ - now the Petersburg Tram Mechanical Plant). Right - LM-47.

Numbers on trams in Petersburg have always been four digits and the first digit means belonging to the park.

Prewar trams
Prewar trams
The trams stood on Inzhenernaya Street between Sadovaya and the Circus. On the right is LM-33.

Vintage trams



Vintage trams
On the right is a horse trail, on the left is one of the early trams.

In the tram
In the tram
It was possible to enter the cabins of trams and the little one did not miss the opportunity to call. In one tram the rope of the bell was torn off, could not stand it (some spin-grym probably hung on it).

Control of the move with a single “Move - Stop” handle.

A string of trams on Engineering Street
A string of trams on Engineering Street
On the left - the restored first tram, on the right - the 5th number built a little later, Nalichny Lane - Dombal's carriage.

Trams
Trams
For trams Engineering Street was closed for 2 hours. At the end, the trams parted and anyone could ride on any of the trams.

Cutetie
Cutetie
And at parting, once again “dude”, one of the most colorful trams.

Tram Series "M"
Tram series "M" on Sadovaya street. He can be met often in Petersburg.

In memory of the trams
In memory of the trams
Not far from the Alexander Park, a memorial tablet of the first St. Petersburg trams. This is where the first tram line passed.

Electric Transport Museum

in St. Petersburg:
Tram Brush
Tram Brush
A replica of the first St. Petersburg tram by the British firm Brush, popularly known as “Breshka” Not a single genuine tram has been preserved; this tram was built on the basis of the 1929 MS-1 car produced by the Krasny Putilovets plant

Trams LM-57 and MS-4
Trams LM-57 and MS-4
Trams LM-57 "Dandy" (left) and MS-4 (right)

Cars LM-33 / LP-33
Trams LM-33 / LP-33
At the beginning of the 30s of the 20th century, when designing new high-capacity wagons, the American wagon produced by Peter Witt was taken as the basis These cars were named MA (American type motor) and PA (American type trailer), and Leningrad began to call them "Americans. Later, in order to combat cosmopolitanism, the name of the tram was changed to LM-33, and the car to LP-33 (Leningrad Motor 1933 development)

Repair tram
Repair tram

Composters
Composters

Tram MS-4
Tram MS-4
Released from the gates of the Krasny Putilovets plant in 1927, the MS-4 trams (M-es) began the era of steel trams and worked on lines until the 50s

Children's tram
Children's tram
Small tram for children.

Tram depot
The tram depot on Vasilyevsky Island (the former Leonov trampark), built in the years 1906-1908 in the modern style of architecture designed by the architect A. A. Lamagin Now the museum of urban electric transport.

Smolensk Trams
Smolensk Trams
Smolensk trams are of two types: old re-trimmed old ones (the majority) and relatively new ones

Samara tram
Samara tram
In Samara, old trams, but in excellent condition (in any case, I thought so)

Ufa tram
Ufa tram
The trams in Ufa are also quite old.

"House under the spire"
"House under the spire" - one of the symbols of Barnaul, address: prospect Lenin, 82, October Square. The house was built in 1953 - 1956 I specially waited a tram, the rolling stock of electric transport in Barnaul is rare, but in excellent condition.

Tram dispatch station "Freedom Square"
The dispatcher tram station "Freedom Square" - chic and functional constructivism Barnaul, Socialist Ave., 14 In this place, near the tram ring and the terminus, it was here in 1948 that the first tram route in the city was launched, tram number 1 ran from Freedom Square to the microdistrict, where the Yubileiny market is now located.
State Philharmonic of Altai Territory
State Philharmonic of Altai Territory ( neo-Russian style ), Barnaul, Polzunova street, 35 and view of the street Polzunova Rolling tram composition is such a rare, however, in excellent condition.
Yekaterinburg tram
Yekaterinburg tram In Yekaterinburg, to my surprise, such rare trams turned out to be, however, in excellent condition.
Tram rails
Tramways on Tchaikovsky Avenue, Tver
Tver tram
Tver tram
Tver tram
Tver tram on Novovolzhsky bridg According to Tver runs such antiques, but the state seems to be excellent.
Place of the first tram line in Russia
The place of the first tram line in Russia, launched in Nizhny Novgorod in 1896 I was sure that the first tram in Russia appeared in St. Petersburg, but our tram movement would open only 11 years after Nizhny Novgorod - in 1907 A collection of photo trams will be update. To my surprise, the old big-eyed Tatras T3 still rally around the cities of Russia.

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