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DESCRIPTION
Gmunden electric tram opened in 1894 (railway station-Rathausplatz section) and from that date it has been continuously in service; this line has a maximum gradient of 9.6% (making it one of the world's steepest surviving adhesion-only tram lines). In 1975 the original tram route was shortened to Franz Josef Plat. During years '90s several infrastructure renovations took place; the track was extended in 2014 (Seebahnhof-Klosterplatz).
(last modified February 19, 2017 )
HISTORY
datesection nameline
1894railway station-Rathausplatz: initial tram section--
1972original tram route shortened to Franz Josef Plat--
13-12-2014Seebahnhof-Klosterplatz--
(last modified February 19, 2017 )
TECHNICAL DATA
Single line length (Km)
--
Single line stops
--
Single line avg. distance (km)
--
Total track length (km)
2.3
Total network stops
8
Avg. stop net distance (km)
0.35
Type
steel wheels
Current/Voltage
600 V DC overhead
Type of guide/gauge
metric gauge rails (1000 mm)
Vehicles builder
LOHNER/KIEPE,DUEWAG/KIEPE,GRAZER WAGGONFABRIK, GRAZER WAGGONFABRIK/SSW,VOSSLOH
Model
--,Vossloh: Tramlink
Operator
STERN & HAFFERL VERKEHR
(last modified February 19, 2017 )
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lrt-tram - gmunden; By Maximilian Dorrbecker (Chumwa) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
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