The Horse Tram sculpture
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The Horse Tram sculpture

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The first three horse tram line opened in Riga in 1882 year. Line served 19 cabins and each of them was able to include 40 passengers.Wagons speed was 10km/h. Wagons were built in Riga, in Russian - Baltic wagon factory.
Skulptūra zirgu tramvajam. Rīga, Latvija.

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