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3. 1930-s

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The view of Kontraktova Pl. with Contract House. At the end of 1930-s there were no trams servicing Darnycia here, so the tram we see on this photo is probably either from route # 3 or # 16, servicing Peczersk.

[. 1930-, . ]
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Tram terminus Posztova Pl. with big pavilion from where trams in direction of Stara Darnycia departed.

[1930-, . . ]
3-3

View of riverside and Truchaniv Island from slopes. Tram train stopped at passing track at 2nd kilometer of tram route # 14

[. 1930-, . ]
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3rd kilometer of tram route # 14

[1930-, ( )]
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Passing track at 2nd kilometer of tram route # 14

[1930-, ( )]
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Another important mean of transportation on local level were boats especially during numerous floodings. Bazarna Pl. (Market Square) in Peredmostova Slobidka.

[25.04.1932, ]
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Pontoons of rescuing teams during floodings somewhere in Peredmostova Slobidka.

[25.04.1932, ]
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One more picture of island or left bank village during spring flooding.

[1941?, . ]
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Tram route to DVRZ (Darnycki Railcar Repair Works) was inaugurated in 1936 after the factories in the area were built and big workers village appeared, route 24 was a local route operating on single track linking DVRZ with Stara Darnycia. Car # 758 just started its journey bounding for Stara Darnycia. Interesting that 4-storey building survived during the war, although most probably was damaged and slightly rebuilt

[.04.1938, // 13.01.2008, Kostj Kozlov]
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This picture was taken just a year before. However, the place is not exactly the same. Again, some more buildings survived and can be seen on modern photo. Trams renewed operation here in 1959 on the double track and on the other side of the street, thus, being invisible on modern photo.

[1937, // 13.01.2008, Kostj Kozlov]
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Kostj Kozlov, 2004-2011.
Last updated - 17.01.2011.