Tram Destination roll Rushcutters Bay depot

Unique and priceless. The side roof destination box blind probably from an R /R1 class car just prior to the closure of the depot in July 1960.

From the 1930s this depot had only corridor cars, perhaps for the enhanced comfort of better-off Eastern Suburbs travellers.

The roof side box being lower in height than the front and rear boxes, did not carry coloured symbols.

Complete in exceptional good condition.

Each destination name is about 4 inches / 100mm high.

$360.00

  • 1 kg
  • Sold Out

Tram Destination roll Dowling Street depot

Unique and priceless. The side roof destination box blind probably from an R /R1 class car just prior to the closure of the depot in 1961.  The spread of names shows how vast the Sydney system was, and includes only the depots south of the harbour. Waverley depot closed in 1959, Fort Macquarie in 1955.

Complete in very good condition.

Each destination name is about 4 inches / 100mm high.

$950.00

  • 1 kg
  • Fewer than 3 left
  • Ships within 4-5 days1

Tram Destination roll Rozelle or Tempe depot

Unique and priceless. The side roof destination box blind probably from an R /R1 class car just prior to the closure of the Rozelle depot in 1958.

Rozelle Ultimo and Newtown depots are also represented here. Tempe depot served the so-called Green lines which generally had a green background colour for the main front and rear destinations.

The roof side box being lower in height did not carry colours.

Complete in very good condition.

Each destination name is about 4 inches / 100mm high.

$950.00

  • 1 kg
  • Fewer than 3 left
  • Ships within 4-5 days1

Bulkhead panel from Sydney L/P Class tramcar

This is absolutely unique, and genuine, from a pre-WWI  F Class tram built in the early 1900s., later converted to L/P class

Made of wood varnished with shellac. About 36 inches x 13 inches

 

In very good condition given its age. One hinge is missing, 

 The photo shows the tram at Hamilton Workshops Newcastle where most of the L/Ps ended up , having been converted from F class to L class and then L/P class toastrack resembling the P class of the late 1920s.

The item is probably best collected from the shop to avoid any damage in transit, it being an awkward large item

$500.00

  • 3 kg
  • Fewer than 3 left
  • Ships within 4-5 days1

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