Included among the transports making their return are the old ‘Jelcz’ and ‘Ikarus’ buses which were an everyday sight on Warsaw’s streets from the late 1970s until 2013.
Dating from the beginning of the 20th century, the tram ferried people around the city between 1941 and the early 1960s before being retired from public service and used as a ‘technical’ vehicle.
The virtual tour takes in eight trams, spanning some 70 years of design.
Dhruv Razdan thought he would have to spend a further fortnight abroad waiting for a new passport but thankfully a kind-hearted soul intervened.
The first of 13 low-floored, articulated Swing trams, ordered from Bydgoszcz-based tram manufacturer Pesa, was officially presented in the Bulgarian capital, Sofia, on Thursday and will go into regular service on Friday, the company has announced.
The project by local arts student Dominika Cebula celebrates the significance of flowers in culture and “the contrast between colourful flowers and a concrete city.”
Inside the tram travellers are surrounded by green and shrubbery and the relaxing sounds of nature, while information boards show them how air pollution can affect their short and long-term health.