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Photos Swedish Trams Göteborgs Spårvägar
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20, Type M23, was built by Hägglund & Söner in 1949.Hägglund & Söner
70 was built by ASEA in 1912, It was sold to Brooklyn Historic Railway Association and operated until 1962. It was sold to Edaville RR at that time and sold it to Trolley Museum of New York in 1987.
521,Type M25, was built by Hägglund & Söner in 1960, #6751. It was sold as Oslo Sporveier 284, Class SM91, on August 15, 1992, and retired June 22, 2002.
545, Type M25, was built by Hägglund & Söner in 1959. It was later rebuilt in 1967 for right-handed traffic.
Two lines served Lidingo Island and was served by ferries until the bridge was built in 1925. In 1967 the lines were cut back to the new opened T-banan station Ropston at the Stockhold end of the bridge.
Lidingö Trafik AB
It was opened on October 26, 1907 and was closed in 1971.
11, Type A24, was built by Allmänna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget in 1945. It was rebuilt as AB Stockholms Spårvägar 309, Type A30, in 1985.
Stockholm-Södra Lidingöns Järnväg
It was opened on January 29, 1914. It cut back in 1967 and became part of SL in 1972.
Service was closed on April 27, 1973.
73, G Class, was built by General Motors with electrical equipment from Allmänna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolage in 1946. It was retired in 1973.
Norrköpings Kommunala Affärsverk
135, M67, was built by Aktiebolaget Svenska Järnvägsverkstäderna with electrical equipment from Allmänna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget in 1966. It was renumbered 35 in 1996.
142, M67, was built by ASJ with electrical equipment from ASEA in 1966. It was renumbered 42 in 1996.
144, M67, was built by ASEA in 1966. It was renumbered 44 in 1996.
This is a 891 mm narrow gauge line from Stockholm East with three routes and has 40 miles of service.
AB Stockholms Spårvägar
24, Class A1, was built by Allmänna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolage in 1903, as 81. It was rebuilt in 1941 as 24.
309, Class A30, was built by ASEA in 1945, as Lidingöbanan 11, Type A24. It was rebuilt as SL 309, Type A30, in 1985.
327, Class A12, was built by ASEA in 1924.
373, Class A24, was built by Aktiebolaget Svenska Järnvägsverkstäderna with electrical equipment from ASEA in 1944.
438, Class A25, was built by General Motors with electrical equipment from ASEA in 1946.
A1119, Class H15, was built by Scania-Vabis with Hägglund body in 1946.
A74050, Class H15, was built by Scania-Vabis with Hägglund style T30 body and ASEA electrical equipment in 1947.
A75012, Class H19, C50 Metropol, was built by Scania-Vabis in 1953 using Mack licensing. It was sold to India in 1967 when right-hand was changed.
A75140, Class H19, C50 Metropol, was built by Scania-Vabis in 1953. It was sold to India in 1967.
2069, Class C2, was built by Allmänna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolage/Aktiebolaget Svenska Jarnvagsverksataderna in 1951. It was retired in 1984.
2133, Class C2, was built by ASEA/ASJ in 1952. It was retired in 1987.
2111, Class C2, was built by ASEA/ASJ in 1951. It was retired in 1987.
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