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By Hans-Anders Kempe, Kjell Phalén, Per Rickheden Published by Trafik-Nostalgiska Förlaget 2017

Sundsvall was the last Swedish city to open an electric tramway, in 1911 - ten years after the first line in Stockholm. Some magnificent bogie cars built in 1932 were used on the interurban line to Skönvik, opened in 1925, but the entire system was abandoned by 1952.

Swedish text. A4 hardback, landscape format; 128 pages, 15 colour and 152 black & white pictures; six maps.

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