Re: Hobart Trolley Bus Photo-410

The same view today. Even the cut-back corner is still there, rather like
Sydney's still-extant tramway corners.,147.3203118,3a,75y,243.33h,87.13t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1siE2H7tJNnXz5H_-MTs93gg!2e0!7i13312!8i6656

Tony P

On Friday, 11 June 2021 at 15:09:09 UTC+10 TP wrote:

> Thank you Roger, that's made my day.


> It must have been nice going home during the day for whatever reason!


> Tony P


> On Friday, 11 June 2021 at 14:30:22 UTC+10eff...@... wrote:


>> Tony P lamented that Ian Saxon's photograph wasn't in colour.

>> Attached is a scene at the same location with two trolley buses, both

>> vehicles having had their green roof changed to the later 'cream roof'

>> livery. The following one is waiting for No 220 to depart the Dynnyrne

>> terminus. Likely the photograph was taken around the middle of the day and

>> No 220 was rostered on a 'lunchtime extra' service.

>> These were a feature dating from tramway days so that city workers could

>> go

>> home for lunch. Or for whatever reason.

>> Roger