New Orleans tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar (42 & 45)

Earlier: Tram line 42 & 45.

City: New Orleans (United States).
Track length: 8.9 km.
Driving time: 31 min.

Track gauge: 1588 mm.
Opened: June 1861.
Closed: May 30th, 1964.
Reopened: April 18th, 2004.

The line runs from Ferries to City Park/Museum / Cemeteries.

New Orleans railcar 2013 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar at the stop Canal + Decatur (2018).
New Orleans railcar 2016 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar on the street Canal Street (2018).

Streetcars of New Orleans
User: GrandLux OR.
Language: English.
Date: April 2012.
New Orleans railcar 2017 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar on the street Canal street (2010).
New Orleans railcar 2003 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar on the street Canal street (2010).
New Orleans railcar 2017 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar on the street Canal street (2010).
New Orleans railcar 2021 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar on the street Canal street (2010).
New Orleans railcar 2012 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar on the street Canal street (2010).
New Orleans railcar 2013 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar at the stop Canal at Carrollton (2010).
New Orleans railcar 2002 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar on the road N Carrollton Avenue (2010).
New Orleans railcar 2013 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar on the street Canal street (2010).
New Orleans railcar 2003 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar near The Shop of Canal (2010).
New Orleans railcar 2003 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar near Port of New Orleans (2010).
New Orleans railcar 2023 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar on the street Canal street (2010).
New Orleans railcar 2003 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar on the street Canal street (2010).
New Orleans railcar 2023 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar on the street Canal street (2010).
New Orleans railcar 2009 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar on the street Canal street (2010).
New Orleans railcar 2021 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar on the street Canal street (2010).
New Orleans railcar 2023 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar on the street Canal street (2010).
New Orleans railcar 2019 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar on the street Canal street (2010).
New Orleans railcar 2006 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar on the street Canal street.

Street Cars.
Did you know?
Streetcars in New Orleans have been an integral part of the city's public transprtation network since the first harf of the 19th century. The longens of New Orleans' streetcar lines, the St. Charles Avenue Streetcar, is the oldest continuously operating street railway system in the world, according to the streetcars are operated by the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority (RTA). There ara currently three oprating streetcar lines in New Orleans: The St. Charles Avenue Line, the Riverfront Line, and the Canal Street Line.
New Orleans railcar 953 on tram line 12 St. Charles Streetcar on the road S. Carrollton Avenue.

New Orleans Historie Streetcars.
Historic Streetcars: The "Desire" (no. 435) was built in 1906 and originally ran om the streets of French Quarter.
The line now running along St. Charles Ave. currently is one of the oldens, continuosly operating railway lings in the world.
The most recently restored red streetcar line runs from the Mississippi River to the cemeteries, City Park and to the the New Orleans Uinon Passenger Teminal.
New Orleans railcar 2016 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar on the street Canal street.
New Orleans railcar 2003 on tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar on the road Canal Street.

New Orleans
New Orleans tram line 47/48 Canal Streetcar on the street Canal Street.

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See also

Photos from New Orleans Regional Transit Authority (NORTA)
Links about trams in New Orleans
Company: New Orleans Regional Transit Authority (NORTA)
Tram lines in New Orleans
Videos about trams in New Orleans

Last updated: December 30th, 2018.

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