In celebration of Hong Kong trams

I subscribe to a fantastic blog about Hong Kong which today is featuring Hong Kong trams. Take a look at the blog, Gwulo.com

When I lived in Hong Kong, I tried to travel by tram whenever I could. There is something about riding on a form of transport that has been around for over 100 years through one of the most modern cities in the world, but if you ride the top deck, you can still see glimpses of old Hong Kong. Here are just a few of the photos I took over the 12 years I was lucky enough to live in this vibrant city.

Views of the outside…

Views of the inside…

Tram stop signs including my local, Happy Valley.

Waiting for a tram, often in the middle of the road.

Party tram!

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