Re: Hobart photo - 167
  David Batho

Thanks, Mal.


> On 12 Sep 2020, at 8:39 am, Mal Rowe mal.rowe@...> wrote:


> On 11/09/2020 19:43, David Batho wrote:

>> A bogie car, but not one of the modern ones? I thought all Hobart cars were single-truck until the modern cars.


> Hobart certainly had a wide variety of tram types - and many rebuilds.


> 42 was built in 1920 using parts from the only bogie double decker, which had been imported from England and was scrapped in 1920.


> 42 was unique.


> Mal Rowe - who thinks that the Hobart engineer(s) must have been pretty innovative.


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