Trams


Trams
trames, trams
prép: entre les deux - Pyrénées. Tramesaigues : entre deux ruisseaux.

Glossaire des noms topographiques en France . 2013.

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  • Trams in New Zealand — were a major form of transport from the 19th century into the mid 20th century. New Zealand s first (horse) tramway was established in 1862 (Nelson), followed by a steam tramway in 1871 (Thames), and the first electric tramway in 1900 (Maori Hill …   Wikipedia

  • Trams of Putilov plant — wagons of series F (Fonarniy), MS (Motorny Stalnoy) and PS (Pritsepnoy Stalnoy), made by Putilov plant in Saint Petersburg.ModelsF Full motor wagon. There were six rectangular windows of conventional type. Headlamps absent, they replace a pair of …   Wikipedia

  • TRAMS, Inc. — TRAMS, Inc. is subsidiary of Sabre Holdings.Founded in 1986, TRAMS, Inc. develops and supports software for retail travel agencies in the United States and worldwide. Their software helps travel agency owners and employees become more efficient… …   Wikipedia

  • Trams in Australasia — may refer to: * Trams in Australia * Trams in New Zealand …   Wikipedia

  • Trams and trolleybuses in North Korea — are forms of transportation for North Koreans to travel around in urban centres given the shortages on fuel and access to cars for average citizens.Very few details are known about these trolleybuses and trams due to the closed society of North… …   Wikipedia


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