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Lost Tramways: Birmingham South

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

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Lost Tramways: Birmingham South

Lost Tramways: Birmingham South

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

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