Why can't we have overhead like that? Plus the grassed ROW with the avenues of trees? Might actually save quite a bit of money, as well.
Reminds me of back in the final years of the real Sydney trams when the Government withdrew the R-class corridor trams from service and then wanted to use the P-class toastracks for the peak services to "evidence" how antiquated our trams were. Fortunately, the Government was "forced" to return to R-class cars to service, so for the last year or so, we actually had a modern, comfortable trams service.
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Attached are some more examples of French overhead.
With some from Dublin for good measure.