The horse shoe bridge
  Mal Rowe

Another 1952 pic from Noel Reed - this time showing 121 on the famous
horse shoe bridge that connects Perth's CBD with the northern suburbs.

121 is one of the second (bogie) A class, built by WAGR in the late
1920s and ran on Brill 62E trucks.

That makes it a contemporary of Brisbane's drop centre cars, Sydney's Ps
and Melbourne's W2s.

It's similar to the D class, but didn't have MU control and the windows
differed in detail.

Mal Rowe - noting the Brush heritage of the Perth designs, but also
noting how 'American' they look.

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