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'Leave It To Beaver' Was The First Sitcom To Do This

Believe it or not, ‘Leave It to Beaver’ was the first show to give a specific type of series finale that many other shows copied.

Melbourne, Australia was the first city to electrify it's suburban railway in 1918

Melbourne, my home town, was the first city in Australia to electrify it's suburban railways, starting in 1918, when the Flemington racecourse line was electrified. suburban services started in the following year, when a service started from Essendon railway station to Sandringham railway station. Following pictures are the first type of electric trains, the Tait trains, built from 1910 and the Swing doors, built from 1888. These trains were originally pulled by steam locomotives, but

Melbourne's Train Types

A Tait, or red rattler, 1910 to 1984. Yes, I rode in them and I do not have romantic memories of them. They were draughty, noisy, rough and they lurched. I believe they last of them ran on the St Kilda, Port Melbourne and Sandringham Lines, as being made from wood, they were considered to be too much of a fire risk to run around the City Loop tunnels. A Harris, or blue train, 1956 to 1988. With the only alternative being a Tait train, I was always excited to catch a 'quiet and comfortable'…

Tram it in Melbourne

If you’re new to Melbourne, one of the best ways to get to know the city is by tram. Melbourne is home to Australia’s only tram network, which is also the largest urban network in the w…

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If we forget the past, then we are doomed to eat green ketchup again.

Forum topic: Melbourne's Trams

Follow the discussion in the Transport forum (Melbourne Metropolitan & Regional Victoria discussion) on Urban.

Forum topic: Historic photo of the day

Follow the discussion in the City Photos, Videos, Architecture & Urban Planning forum (Melbourne Metropolitan & Regional Victoria discussion) on Urban.

Two killed in Ararat fast-train crash

Two people were killed and dozens injured, one seriously, when a V/Line passenger train was derailed after colliding with a truck in country Victoria. -