The last tram (Print 3502583N)
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“NEVER can Glasgow have seen so many cameras in use. Nearly everybody seemed to be trying to get a pictorial record of the occasion, while hundreds of others, more daring in a traditional way, risked their arms putting coins on the line, for a commemorative flattening.”
Thus the Glasgow Herald of September 5, 1962, on the rain-soaked farewell, the previous evening, of the trams. Some 200,000 people, a quarter of the city’s population, crowded the streets of central Glasgow “to give a hearty, affectionate, and even a sentimental farewell to the Glasgow tramcar.”
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