Re: Sunday traffic in the last century - Carr Villa
  Mal Rowe

On 12/05/2018 1:54 PM, Mal Rowe wrote:
> One option was a visit to the cemetery to pay your respects to the forebears, and Launceston's Carr Villa line was built to serve that traffic.


Another pic of Carr Villa courtesy of our anonymous donor.

The tram is city bound not far from the terminus at the cemetery gate and is about to leave the reserved featured in the last pic.
See: http://tdu.to/i/60188

The tram is one of the three bogie cars of Launceston - No 27.
Sister car 29 is operating at the Launceston Tramway Museum.

Mal Rowe - yet to have a ride at the Launceston Museum


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