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Lost Tramways of England- North Birmingham


The city of Birmingham possessed the country's largest 3ft 6in gauge tramway; although the process of conversion to trolleybus or bus operation commenced in the 1920s - indeed Birmingham was the first operator in Britain to see a tram route converted to trolleybus operation - a significant operation survived into the post-war years and it was not until the summer of 1953 that the final trams operated. In this book we explore the lost tramways of the northern part of the city.



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