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Tram, full size, electric, and parts, “R” type No. 1738, metal / wood, Clyde Engineering Co, Australia, 1933

Made 1933

Tram, electric and parts, “R” type No. 1738, metal / wood, Clyde Engineering Co, Australia, 1933

Tramcar and parts, “R” type tramcar no 1738, Clyde Engineering Co, Australia, 1933
Height 10’6”, length 47’, width 9’. Weight 17 tons 13 cwt. First placed in service 3rd. November, 1933 on Watsons Bay line. Designed to carry 48 seated passengers and 80 standees. Last cars built by the Department of Govt.
Parts include leather strap and key.

Summary

Object No.

B1520

Physical Description

Tram, electric and parts, "R" type No. 1738, metal / wood, Clyde Engineering Co, Australia, 1933

Tramcar and parts, "R" type tramcar no 1738, Clyde Engineering Co, Australia, 1933
Height 10'6", length 47', width 9'. Weight 17 tons 13 cwt. First placed in service 3rd. November, 1933 on Watsons Bay line. Designed to carry 48 seated passengers and 80 standees. Last cars built by the Department of Govt.
Parts include leather strap and key.

Dimensions

Height

3500 mm

Width

2800 mm

Production

Made

1933

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Wakeley, G, 1963

Acquisition Date

1 November 1963

Cite this Object

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Tram, full size, electric, and parts, "R" type No. 1738, metal / wood, Clyde Engineering Co, Australia, 1933 2018, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 13 November 2018, <https://ma.as/208029>

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