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Article 110249: Bouwen die Blauwe!!! - deel 1 ″De histoire van de A600-den″ for € 12,95
Part 1 of De Nieuwe Blauwe Tram is about the history of the Twin Tram of the A600 series of the NZH. That is the type of tram that the De Nieuwe Blauwe Tram Foundation is currently reconstructing. The booklet describes the development of this type of tram, the construction at Beijnes, the services on the Bollenlijn between Haarlem and Leiden and around Leiden in the period 1932-1961. On November 9, 1961, tram set A619/A620 with trailer B15 is the last service tram on the once extensive network of the NZH. The booklet contains 32 pages and several dozen photos in black-and-white and color.
Article 110250: Bouwen die Blauwe!!! - deel 2 ″De Boedapersters en hun familieleden″ for € 15,95
Part 2 of the book series of De Nieuwe Blauwe Tram is about the most iconic tram type of the NZH, the so-called ′Budapesters′ from 1924. The NZH bought these sturdy motorcycles and trailers in 1924 for the tram lines Leiden â€“ The Hague vv and Amsterdam â€“ Zandvoort vv This type of tram determined the image of the NZH until the end of the tram operation. Unfortunately, only one trailer has been preserved, carriage B412 (B464) in the NZH Transport Museum in Haarlem.
Article 120164: StraÃŸenbahnszenen Hamburg - Flensburg - Kiel for € 19,80
In Volume 8 of the series ″Stadtverkehr-Bildarchiv″ we embark on a photographic journey through time through a long-gone tram world in northern Germany: In the summer of 1958, the well-known Viennese railway photographer Alfred Luft photographed the tram companies in Hamburg, Flensburg and Kiel during a trip to Denmark visit from. This ″detour″ resulted in a large number of historically extremely valuable and high-quality photographs, which impressively document not only the tram traffic of the time, but also city life in that period of reconstruction and the economic miracle. With Dirk Ollroge, who is very familiar with the history of the three cities and their tram companies, EK-Verlag was able to gain an author who explains Alfred Luft′s photographs in a professional and competent manner. So get on board when we turn back the wheel of time by almost 60 years and the trams in Hamburg, Flensburg & Kiel were still part of the usual cityscape.
Article 120210: Strassen und Stadtbahnen band 21 for € 35,00
This part deals with the federal state of Meckelnburg-Vorpommern with the tram companies in Rostock and Schwerin. The withdrawn tram companies in Stralsund and WarnemÃ¼nde-Markgrafenheide are also discussed.
Article 160061: met de GTW-bus onderweg for € 19,95
Have you ever ridden a GTW bus before? To work, with the football club, to the swimming pool or on a school trip. Or have you been a driver on these buses yourself or did you do other work for this company? Then this book full of memories will certainly appeal to you. In his younger years, Peter van der Meer came into contact with GTW at an early age, through bus trips from his hometown of Huissen to Arnhem and Nijmegen. He discovered early on that there were different types of buses, but he never took pictures. That only started in 1982 and the GTW has always kept his interest after that. Years later, contacts with Transit Oost in Winterswijk and fellow hobbyist and manager of the private GTW archive Reyer van de Pol gave him the idea of â€‹â€‹compiling a photo book about the GTW buses, as a follow-up to earlier publications about other bus companies. This book was created together with Transit Oost and Reyer van de Pol, and certainly also thanks to the willingness of fellow hobbyists. It contains a limited number of photos from the period before the Second World War, because the emphasis is on the period after that up to and including 2010. You will also find photos of buses that now keep the past alive as a museum bus. Get acquainted with the perhaps characteristic Achterhoek quirky character of the GTW. Read, watch and enjoy!
Article 160062: Met de GVA-bus onderweg for € 19.95
Have you ever ridden a GVA bus before? To work, with the football club, to the swimming pool or on a school trip. Or have you been a driver on these buses yourself or did you do other work for this company? Then this book full of memories will certainly appeal to you. In his younger years, Peter van der Meer came into contact with the GVA at an early age, through bus trips from his hometown Huissen to and in Arnhem. He discovered early on that there were different types of buses, but he never got around to taking pictures. That only started in 1982, but the GVA has always kept his interest. Years later, contacts with fellow hobbyists gave him the idea of â€‹â€‹compiling a photo book about GVA buses, as a follow-up to earlier publications about other bus companies. This book was created in collaboration with - and certainly also thanks to the willingness of - fellow hobbyists. It contains a limited number of photos from the period before the Second World War, because the emphasis is on the period after that up to and including the present. You will also find photos of buses that now keep the past alive as a museum bus.
Article 190122: Trams 2022 for € 22,50
From every country the tramsystems of the different towns are described where the system had changed or expanded.
The countries which are described are:
- the Netherlands
- Belgium and Luxemburg
- the Scandinavian Countries
- the East and Southeast European Countries.
The themestory in this edition contains the 65th aniiversary of the articulated DÃ¼Wag-Trams.
Article 200099: Trammodel Combino Amsterdam 2033 ″Kroningstram″ for € 169,95
This tram model of the first real advertising tram in Amsterdam, nav. The coronation of Prince Willem-Alexander and Princess Maxima to King and Queen of the Netherlands is a beautiful model of a tram version of the Amsterdam Combino tram, which traveled through Amsterdam for a month in 2012. The model is in 1:87 scale and not motorized.
Article 323001: Kalender 2023 â€³Trams in Amsterdamâ€³ for € 13,79 (inclusie
This new wall calendar shows a different type of Amsterdam city tram every month in a typical Amsterdam street scene. The edition is limited, so gone = gone!!!!