Short Easter holidays in Ireland and the registered trams in Dublin Luas 07 and 08 Green Line, all others Red Line.
|Here is Jo’berg 22, the last tram to run in the city in 1961. This tram nearly came to Crich but was finally substituted for number 60|
|To reach the top of Cape of Good Hope, a cable tramway operates with two cars to take visitors to the summit and lighthouse.|
|Notices at the bottom of the stairs|
|Interior Jo'burg 214|
|Upper deck end seats in Jo’burg 214|
|he wine estates at Franschhoek were connected by a narrow gauge railway. The track is still in place so part of it has been “fettled up” and a single replica toast-rack tram fitted with a diesel engine operates a daily tourist service linking wine estates with a connecting bus service. I sampled the tram and the produce of the estates.|
Here is a photo of an unusual bus that would have interested Richard: built on a trolleybus chassis. Half the fleet were fitted with Rolls Royce marine engines.