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6. 1960-s

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This gallery will contain many pictures of T-2 which arrived to Lukjanivske depot at the beginning of 1960 and started their service on route 28.

[1960, ]

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Several pictures form Kontraktova Pl. with different types of trams – T-2 and T-3 servicing route 21 as well as -57 servicing route 16.

[28.07.1964, Pieter Kiers (Aare Olander collection)]

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Here two -57 (2012 and 2010, route 16) pictured together with T-3 train 5147/5148 (route 31) together with technical assistance car -2 (ex-2014). Taking into account that 2014 was withdrawn from passenger service in 1969, we may assume that this picture was taken that year or later.

[1960-i, Hans Oerlemans collection]

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One of T-2 from the last batch at the background of old Podil houses at what is nowadays called vul. Sahajdacznoho. Most of these houses can be seen today but there are no trees anymore. Those ten T-2 were delivered to Darnycke depot in October 1962.

[1960-, Karl-Otto Friedemann (Aare Olander collection)]

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One more T-2 (5009) servicing route 32 at the same street but a bit closer to Posztova Pl. This picture was taken in second half of 1960s.

[1960-i, Hans Oerlemans collection]

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The view of Naberezhne Szose with Posztova Pl. at the background. Before the reconstruction of this square trams stopped right near the KTTU (operation company) building, seen on the left.

[1960-, ]

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Now it is pretty hard to imagine such an appearance of Naberezhne Szose, but it was until mid-1980s when this stretch was reconstructed. T-2 # 5012 bounds for Podil with stay cables of newly built Pedestrian Bridge.

[.04.1961, Wolfgang Schreiner (Aare Olander collection)]

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The view of Naberezhne Szose from Pedestrian Bridge. /-1 from newly opened Darnycke depot is pictured on route 28.

[1960, ]

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In 1965 -82 were the most common type on route 28, especially from depot Krasina, one of them can be seen bound for Paton Bridge.

[.05.1965, . ( )]

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Photo from the period of time with newly built river-boat station.

[1960-, . ( )]

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Pedestrian Bridge, T-2 car and a speed-boat.

[.04.1964, ]

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n 1960 tram monopoly in this area was broken by metro. First metro cars arrived from Moscow and pictured at Darnycia railway station, from where they were delivered following tram track right to the metro turntable and lift near “Dnipro” metro station.

[08.10.1960, ( )]

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The construction of “Dnipro” metro station.

[.05.1960, ]

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The view of “Dnipro” metro station with metro turntable, from where they were lifted to their regular tracks.

[.06.1961, ]

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-82 # 1371 and -2 # 5023 near “Dnipro” metro station.

[.06.1961, Wolfgang Schreiner (Aare Olander collection)]

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-2 # 5003 (route 21) at the stop “Dnipro” metro station ready to continue its route towards Podil.

[29.07.1964, Pieter Kiers (Aare Olander collection)]

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“Dnipro” metro station and tram stop couple of years before with -2 # 5005 (route 28).

[12.05.1961, ]

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Tram turntable near “Dnipro” metro station was inaugurated on April 2, 1965. It was used by trams that connected during morning and evening rush hours housing estate on left bank with the only metro station that in those days was on their way.

[~1965, ]

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The sign reminds the driver to apply braking before entering the turntable.

[~1965, ]

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Couple of pictures taken in process of turning.

[~1965, ]

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T-2 5050 is ready to leave tram turntable. Apart from very special cases trams servicing route 28 did not use the turntable. The main tram line can be seen nearby with T-3 train bounds for left bank.

[1960-, ]

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T-3 train 5060/50** approaches the stop “Paton Bridge” with traction substation T-2 (ex-1027) on the left part of a frame.

[1960-, ]

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Last updated - 17.01.2011.