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La Coruña, Spain

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Tranvia de La Coruña ex-Lisbon car no. 100 at the Torre de Hercules Loop. Photo by Thierry Leleu, April 2007.

Overview

This seaside tram operation began in 1997. The meter-gauge line runs approximately 5 km. along the seaside promenade from the Castillo de San Antón to the soccer stadium Estadio Riazor via the Torre de Hercules. There are five cars on the property: 27 (cream), 32 (yellow), 57 (green/yellow), 100 (blue), 101 (blue). Operating cars 27 and 32 are replicas of original La Coruña tramcars; 100 and 101 are former Lisbon cars regauged from 900mm to 1000mm; number 57, on display at the depot, owes its heritage to the Spanish city of Zaragoza. A site about the Coruña tramway, in Spanish, is here but the map, schedule, and price sections are a bit out of date.

Photo Gallery


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Page Credits

By David Pirmann.









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