Deputy Mayor Liksutov: 12 historical cars will take part in the tram parade

Deputy Mayor Liksutov: 12 historical cars will take part in the tram parade



In honor of the 125th anniversary of the Moscow electric tram, a traditional parade of historical carriages will take place in the capital on April 6. 12 exhibits from the collection of Moscow transport will take part in it, said Maxim Liksutov, deputy mayor of the capital for transport issues.

“Over the many years of tram operation in the capital, passengers were transported by cars of several dozen models of domestic and foreign production,” the official noted. - Many of them are now kept in our collection. You can see them in motion on the city streets only a few times a year during our traditional parades. We invite you to celebrate the birthday of the Moscow tram with us!”

Cars will take part in the parade, starting with the pre-revolutionary type F (“lantern”), which operated on the lines from 1907 to 1959. In addition to it, the famous KM (“Kolomensky Motor”) No. 2170 will pass among the carriages with a wooden body in the column. Viewers will also be able to see a coupling of KTM1+KTP-1 cars produced by the Ust-Katavsky plant.

Among the cars with an all-metal body, the parade includes MTV-82 (operated on the lines in the 1940s - 1970s), RVZ-6 (in 1960-66), three generations of Czechoslovak Tatras (T2, T3, T6) with variations (articulated T3 “Cobra” and T7). Models of the recent past from the range of the Ust-Katavsky (71-608) and St. Petersburg Tram-Mechanical Plant (LM-2000 “Cyclops”) will be presented.



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