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All trams except the Glenelg tram were closed in the 1950s.
The Glenelg tram remains in operation and was upgraded and extended in 2007-2010 and further extended in 2017-2018.
Adelaide's tram history is preserved by the volunteer-run Tramway Museum, St Kilda and the continuing use of 1929 H type trams on the remaining Glenelg tram line.
Electric trams and trolleybuses were Adelaide's main public transport throughout the life of the electric tram network.Peeing Cupid is the web’s premier pee dating and pissing personals site.Unlike other adult dating sites we specialise only in peeing.The early use of trams was for recreation as well as daily travel, by entire families and tourists.Until the 1950s, trams were used for family outings to the extent that the Municipal Tramways Trust (MTT) constructed gardens in the suburb of Kensington Gardens, extending the Kensington line to attract customers.
The Adelaide to North Adelaide line opened in December 1878, a separate one from Port Adelaide to Albert Park in 1879, Adelaide to Mitcham and Hindmarsh in 1881, Walkerville 1882, Burnside, Prospect, Nailsworth and Enfield in 1883, and Maylands in 1892.