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The first tram; the last horse-drawn bus

The last horse-drawn bus and the first electric tram 
On 12 June 1910 a new tram line from the previous tram terminus at Drummoyne to Hatton’s Flat at Ryde was opened. This route was previously serviced by horse-drawn buses.
A monument opposite the corner of Lane Cove Road and Tucker Street now marks the site of the new tram terminus.


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