Early electric tram in Berlin, 1880s

Early electric tram in Berlin, 1880s

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Caption: Early electric tram in Berlin. 19th-century artwork of an early electric tramway in Berlin, Germany. This tram, drawing power from overhead electric cables, is on the route from Charlottenburg to Spandau Hill. The first horse tram in Berlin had opened in 1865, followed by the first electric tram in 1881. By 1910, all the trams had been converted to run on electricity. This engraving dates from 1888.

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