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Trams in Gawler

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[research Robert Haysom] "On 1st January 1864, two omnibuses commenced running between Gawler and the Railway Station: the old "Celerity" belonging to Mr E. Clement, and a new one owned by the new contractor for the delivery of the mail. On 1879 February 4th: the first car run on the Gawler tramway. Traffic commenced on February 17; 300 passengers in the first week."

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Horse Tram in front of Town Hall
Horse Tram in front of Town Hall
McKinlay Monument and Horse Tram
McKinlay Monument and Horse Tram
Mill Inn Bridge c1901
Mill Inn Bridge c1901
Gawler Railway Station horse tram
Gawler Railway Station horse tram


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